Gays Mills, WI (PressExposure) July 26, 2013 -- E.B. Tool Company, the creator of the Kwick Gripper nail removal tool, is proud to present a series of blog posts detailing ways to safely remove nails during home projects. These helpful articles containing handyman tips and tricks will be published throughout the next month.
Removing nails, screws, staples, and other objects from wood can be a potentially dangerous job. Leaving broken nails embedded in wood is just as dangerous. Getting the right nail removing tool to safely and efficiently detach displaced or damaged fasteners is a critical step for anyone working on a wood project.
This series of articles from E.B. Tool Company includes:
1. Safely removing nails from drywall
2. Safely removing nails during roof repair
3. Safely removing nails that are popped or loose on a deck
4. Safely removing nails during gutter repair
Key to any DIY tool box, the Kwick Gripper nail puller is an innovative nail removal tool that uses patented technology to remove poorly placed screws, headless nails, and broken staples from wood. Many traditional nail removers and hammers have difficulty performing these tasks. The KwickGripper is a safe and effective way to remove these objects from wood, whether working on a home construction project, roof or deck repair, or other woodworking venture.
The KwickGripper was designed by Ben Eby and his father, home woodworkers who saw a need for a nail and screw extractor that was powerful and safe. After spending years working with poorly designed and potentially dangerous nail pullers, they decided to build one themselves. The KwickGripper is a multi-use, basic hand tool that is helpful to professionals in the construction industry, or simply as a home DIY tool.
View the series on the E.B. Tool Company blog. Then, use the coupon code "10EBTOOLS" online to receive ten percent off of the KwickGripper all-in-one nail, staple, screw, and bolt extractor.