A: Hello - This tool can be used to remove most any type of staple. Slide it under one of the legs and use a rocking motion to pry the staple out of the substrate. - Your Arrow Fastener Team
A: Yes it will, wear safety glasses.
A: Hello, The Arrow stapler puller was designed to reach into as small as a 5/16-inch wide staple for lifting; this tool does have 2 prongs, each prong measuring 1/8" wide. We do not recommend using this staple lifter for pulling 1/8" wide staples. We hope this helps! - Your Arrow Fastener Team
A: I didn’t measure the staples, but I use it for everything except paper staples.
A: This is the best little ( TOOL) saved me a lot of time.!!!
A: Hey Chris, our staple puller can reach into as small as a 5/16-inch-wide staple for lifting, so it should work great if the staples are within that width size. If you have any more questions about this tool and its capabilities, feel free to reach out to us directly at email@example.com. -Your Arrow Fastener team
A: Yes. That’s why I bought mine. My honey-do list included repairing a few dining room chairs. So I had to remove and replace the fabric. It worked perfectly without puncturing the fabric.
A: Yes this little fella did the trick! Great product at an affordable price!
A: I only used mine on the T50 staples to remove insulation, but I do not believe this will work on upholstery staples
A: I have never had to remove upholstery staples, so I'm not positive about it, but I imagine that it would.
A: I tried one for the exact same task, it broke immediately so I threw it away.
A: This product will work well for pulling staples by itself.
A: Hello, there. Thanks for your question! The SL24D Staple Puller tip can work with staples as small as 5/16-inch-wide. As long as the staple you are pulling is within that range, this would be a good choice for you. If you have any more questions, please give us a call at 800-776-2228 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Good luck on your project! -Your Arrow Fastener team