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E.B. Tool Company Has Launched the Kwick Gripper Nail Puller Tool
E.B. Tool Company has launched their impressive new tool, the Kwick Gripper nail puller.
E.B. Tool Company of Soldiers Grove, Wisconsin, is excited to announce the launch of the Kwick Gripper nail removal tool. Now available for purchase, this innovative tool makes it easy to pull out nails, bolts, staples, and other hard-to-remove fasteners. Ben Eby, the creator of the Kwick Gripper, came up with the idea for this unique tool while working on a home project with his father. After working with many poorly designed tools to remove nails from wood, he decided to create his own.
The Kwick Gripper nail remover has some important features that set it apart from typical nail removal tools. Many nail removers are difficult to use and require a lot of strength. Since the Kwick Gripper turns leverage into pulling force, it can remove nails with minimal effort. Additionally, this tool is designed to remove broken nails and damaged fasteners, while traditional nail removers are not.
Another feature of the Kwick Gripper nail puller is that it does minimal damage to wood. When working on a project using recycled or salvaged wood, unsightly holes, scratches, and scuffs can make the end project less aesthetically pleasing. In fact, on a salvage project, more salvaged wood can directly translate into more money. With the Kwick Gripper nail puller, professionals and amateurs alike can save money by recovering more wood.
Owners of the Kwick Gripper nail pulling tool save money in another way too. Corner nails, embedded nails, brads and staples are all removable with the Kwick Gripper, making additional nail removal tools unnecessary.
Woodworkers of all skill levels can now purchase the Kwick Gripper nail removal tool. With this innovative product from E.B. Tool Company, they can also start saving money and producing all types of wood projects with minimal effort spent on the removal of nails - a task that can be burdensome and costly with the wrong tool.
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