Gays Mills, WI, June 14, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- E.B. Tool Company, the makers of the Kwick Gripper nail removal tool, continues to support do-it-yourselfers by educating them about the dangers of nail removal. The latest post in the company’s blog, a resource for DIY and home construction projects, details how removing nails with a nail puller like the Kwick Gripper improves safety in a variety of ways.
By removing old nails and screws, the Kwick Gripper nail puller makes any work area safer. It also has the capability to remove staples, brads, lag bolts and other fasteners. If boards are left on the floor of the job site with nails and other metal fasteners sticking out, they can be extremely hazardous.
Care must be taken in how these hazards are dealt with. If nails and other fasteners are not removed properly with a nail pulling tool like the Kwick Gripper, large pieces of wood or other material can break off. This could lead to injury from slivers or other scrapes and cuts caused by this debris.
The Kwick Gripper nail remover is designed to reduce strain on the user. By transferring pulling force into gripping force, this nail puller makes it easy to take out old and unwanted nails and other fasteners. By using an effective and well-designed nail pulling tool, there is less of a possibility to injure oneself through straining a muscle. Fewer injuries can also occur because the Kwick Gripper nail puller works on broken fasteners and corner nails as well – some of the more difficult components to remove using traditional tools such as hammers or crowbars.
To make your job site safer, E. B. Tool Company is currently offering ten percent off of the Kwick Gripper nail remover when you use the coupon code “10EBTOOLS” on their website.
617 Ten Hills St.
Gay Mills, WI 54631