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Nail-pulling Pliers

Discussion in 'The Tool Shed' started by wyoDreamer, Apr 29, 2015.

  1. Apr 29, 2015
    wyoDreamer

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    DH and I changed out the original windows in our old farmhouse. The original mahogany trim is still there and not painted so we wanted to save it, but it was nearly impossible to pullout the nails. For any who do not know, when pulling nails from trim you always pull the head through the wood. Do not try to back the nails out as you will damage the face of the trim.
    Then DH found this tool at Menards and saved the day. Some of the old wood split as we pulled out the nails, but for such old, hard wooden trim we were very happy with these pliers.
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