/ finish nail puller deluxe. #31
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- Aug 28, 2012
- The Corrupt Rust Belt
- Case-IH MX-270, MF7495, Challenger MT535B, Kubota M126XTDC, Kubota F3680 & ZD331
We must be disagreeing to agree, because this is so silly simple.Why would you want to pull just one nail? Unless it bent on the way in, and then it wouldn't take much to pull it back out.
In my example, if I apply a piece of trim to a door or window, and I have a bunch of nails holding it in place, then I bend a nail, why in heck would I remove the entire piece of trim off the window, just so I can pull the nail through the BACK of the piece of trim?
Wouldnt you simply leave the mostly-nailed piece of trim where it is and just yank the bent finish nail out towards you, from the front?