To use the Extractor, simply place the jaws over the fastener, then squeeze the handles and rock back onto the rear jaw. The Extractor makes it easy to remove nails from custom molding and trim without damage - just pull them through from the back-side, a nearly impossible task with standard tools. Made in Taiwan.
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Just the right tool!
By Jammerkid 1
About Me Avid Do-It-Yourselfer
Comments about 11'' The Extractor Pliers:
I have a large project of removing staples from fence posts of a horse pasture.About 100 posts and 5 staples per post.Now I'm handicapped from a stroke and only have use of one hand.With the help of adding a pipe,I'm able to remove the staples.Great product and if I wear it out,I'll buy another although I don't forsee that happening anytime soon.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Great tool does what it's made to do.
from Pittsburgh Pa.
Not good for use with 23ga. pin nails
By The human backhoe
from Wayland Ma
Real physics at work
I should have had this years ago.
By It's a burner-downer
About Me Casual Do-It-Yourselfer
This product has been great for pulling the hundreds of nails out of the trim and wood ceilings that we have taken down to repair.
It All Depends .....
from Mena, AR
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This tool will not solve all your nail and staple pulling problems. How well it works depends on what type of fastener you're trying to remove from what kind of wood and how good a grip you're able to get on it. A protective shim will be required to prevent marring the workpiece. Although a little pricey, overall it's a handy tool that serves the purpose reasonably well. I wouldn't hesitate to buy it again.