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  • Rachel Sayad Sangsura

    Household Tips & Tricks #21. When hammering in a nail, use a clothes pin to hold the nail in place. No more hammering your fingers!

  • Maria Puente

    When hammering in a nail, use a clothes pin to hold the nail in place. No more hammering your fingers. In this Crazy Life: Tips and Tricks

  • Sarah Ceney

    When hammering in a nail, use a clothes pin to hold the nail in place. Hmmm, could have used that idea this past weekend! : )

  • Andrea Parent

    In this Crazy Life: Tips and Tricks Use to hold nail in place when hammering.

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