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  • Leisa Jones

    The Rubber Band Trick - If you need to remove a nail, criss-cross a couple of rubber bands over the top of the hammer before using the hammer's claw. The rubber bands will protect the surface that you're removing the nail from. Great Idea!

  • Barbara Green Hodge

    The Rubber Band Trick - If you need to remove a nail, criss-cross a couple of rubber bands over the top of the hammer before using the hammer's claw. The rubber bands will protect the surface that you're removing the nail from. Great to know for household and DIY projects!

  • Barbara Quigley

    The Rubber Band Trick - If you need to remove a nail, criss cross a couple of rubber bands over the top of the hammer before using the hammer's claw. The rubber bands will protect the surface that you're removing the nail from.

  • Nicla McDaniel

    I have been trying to figure out a way to protect wood when removing nails. I would have never thought of this. The Rubber Band Trick - If you need to remove a nail, criss-cross a couple of rubber bands over the top of the hammer before using the hammer's claw. The rubber bands will protect the surface that you're removing the nail from.

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