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A: Hi TomDig, you will need at least some of the nail or staple to grab on to, but the curved head is designed to pull them out with less effort than a standard plier.
A: The tool has a curved side foot for easily prying the nail out. But you still have to get ahold of it first. You can start it with a cats paw or just use the catch’s paw to indent the wood far enough to grab the nail.
A: You do need a small amount of nail or staple to grab with the jaws of the pliers. These really shine with staples and nails that have had their heads break off. If you're pretty strong and persistent you can grab nails that are flush with the wood, like finishing nails. Much less effort is needed to pull large head nails like tar paper tacks, etc. I hope that gives you an idea of where these fit in your tool arsenal.
A: It's great for pulling nails and some small screws
A: This is all about leverage. Longer handles give more leverage than an average pair of pliers and the pivot point on the jaws actually make them tighten on the nail the more you roll back on it. If a nail is hammered in, you'll have to get under it by removing some material but that would be true for any method of pulling a nail. These work really well, especially if you have a lot of nails to pull. A lot less fatiguing than pliers and a nice addition to a tool kit or bag.
A: You would have to expose a 1/8th to a 1/4 inch of the nail for this to work. I used a small prybar. This tool is great for demo but you would need to use caution when doing finish work.
A: Obviously the tool has to be able to grab the fastener in some way. But the tool acts as a lever which enables it to extract fasteners that are impossible to extract by simply pulling on them with pliers. For example, I had some nails that I wanted to remove from trim before I put the trim in the dumpster. The tool was able to pull the nail through the trim, something that was impossible with pliers. Likewise, I was able to pull out some very long staple fasteners that held door trim in place that I had been unable to remove by just pulling on them with pliers.
A: it is not a all nail puller tool, I find It very easy to pull nails especially the ones that have a small head or no head at all, like those of a nail gun, for those nails that are inserted very deep or flush with the wood a different kind of tool is needed, there are several models on the market, this is especially good for pulling slim nails like those found on trims
A: You do have to get the nail "out" a little bit but works way better than pliers for long thick nails..if your using it for small trim type nails then pliers will work but still not as well as this tool
A: Not for digging nails out. The nail has to out far enough out to grab. Great tool for the intended purpose.
A: This is a great tool, I am not up to date on regulations and international postage rates for shipping cost. Someone else is going to have to answer this question. I would think the simple way would be to mail order this item from the supplier and have it delivered to a Singapore address, they could take care of the paper work and quote you an actual delivered cost.
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A: check with FedExpress...
A: I honestly wouldn't have the slightest clue but I promise whatever it is, it's worth it.
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