Are you a homemaker and currently having a difficulty keeping up with household cleaning and maintenance? If your answer is yes, let me tell you that you are not alone. There are a lot of people who struggle with not only cleaning but doing repairs at home.I, for one, had the same struggle too. At first, I thought I could do just about anything by myself. However, when the time called for a serious repair, I had a hard time keeping up.Nonetheless, for someone who doesn’t have the gift of fixing stuff, I have been keen to learn. I realized that in this day and age, everything could be easily answered by Google. And so it has always been a matter of typing my question and reading the instructions, and voila! Problem solved!
I. What You Will NeedThe following materials are standard tools that you can find on your dad’s toolbox. If you do not readily have them, you can easily purchase them from your local hardware shop. You do not have to worry because they do not cost much. Note: You may choose only one of these two materials. Of course, it is best if you have both of them so you could try one if the other does not work. The more important thing is not the tool but how you apply the technique with the tool.
1. Cat’s Paw
- FORGED IN ONE PIECE – The most durable, longest lasting striking tools available
- HIGH LEVERAGE DESIGN – Rounded head for added torque & increased leverage
- BUILT FOR THE PRO – Carpenters, wood workers, demolition crews, framers, roofers, tradesmen & serious DIYers. Perfect for window & door trim, molding and baseboard
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- High Visibility Yellow Makes The Hammer Easy To Locate On The Jobsite
- Fiberglass Core Adds Strength And Durability In The Handle, Reduces Vibrations And Provides The "Feel Of Wood"
- Exclusive Rim Temper Reduces Incidences Of Chipping And Spalling
Last update on 2021-01-20 at 15:16 PST - DetailsOf course, the most economical and practical way to bend or remove the nails is by using the hammer. The hammer, after all, is the tool you used to place them. There are no strict rules on buying it. Just a basic hammer will do, even for beginners. Just try holding it and see if you can handle the grip and the weight and you are ready to go.