How to Hold Small Nails While Hammering
Clever Tips for Holding and Starting Small Nails
If you've ever tried to drive a very small nail, you know how difficult it can be.
Here are three simple techniques for holding those tiny nails and brads while you tap them into place. Even more importantly, each one will insure that your fingers are will outside the range of a descending hammer head.
On top of that, these clever suggestions involve things you already have around the house ... paper, scrap cardboard and a comb.
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