A: For changing blade on Circular Saw.
A: It's a saw blade wrench
A: It fits the blade arbor bolt on some circular saws. When you need to change blades you don't need to look for a wrench. Unfortunately, it doesn't fit all circular saws.
A: I think this tool is large enough for the task of removing nails from a wood pallet. If you were going to do it every day, you might want to invest in a bigger tool, but for occasional use I think it would be fine.
A: This tool will work fine, but it depends on how cleanly you want the pallet wood. To remove nails you need to drive the tool's head into the wood and under the nail head to remove. This will chew up the wood around the nail hole. If the wood is for firewood; no problem.
A: I think it would work OK. This Exhumer is an intermediate sized tool and it will get the job done; however, if you have to do this a lot, I would recommend something larger.
A: Hello Judy, I don't think this tool would be good for staple removing. I would suggest using a Tack Puller. Here is a link to the one that I think would be perfect for your project. http://www.homedepot.com/p/TEKTON-Tack-Puller-3304/205567364
A: Not really. Get a staple removing tool from a hardware store and pliers. The tool has a small flat head designed to get under the staple and prying it up.
A: This should be possible, but the Exhumer is a rough tool and if you are trying to minimally disturb the furniture, something smaller might be better (and cheaper). Stanley has an 8-inch nail puller - Chisel scraper that might be more suitable. (Bostic calls these Molding Bars). I have both, and if I had your job, I'd go with the Bostic or the Stanley.
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|Name||10-5/8 in. Nail Puller Exhumer 3-in-1 Multi Tool||8 in. Indexing Pry Bar||Xtreme Fubar Functional Utility Bar||Annihilator 14 in. Wrecking and Utility Bar with 9 in. Bar|
|Bar length (in.)||10||8||8||9|
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