@Glis -- No, actually tools are (relative to average income) quite cheap and getting cheaper all the time.
Your actual complaint is the annoyance/time expenditure when people fail to return your tools and/or misuse them, and I do not deny those are significant.
However, if you were to let me borrow one of your tools, I would return to you in AT LEAST as good condition as when I borrowed it. That's how I was taught to behave.
My understanding of cross-cultural psychology research suggests my attitude towards borrowed items is FAR more common outside of North America, where people are less individualistic, less paranoid, and less prone to believe "I've upped mine...now UP YOURS" is the natural order of things (most Americans have NO ideal how much of an outlier Americans are on many psychological measures).
You are welcome to join my movement to both model pro-social borrowing behavior and to have some faith (even if often misplaced) that others will do likewise....;-D...