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Nail Jack Hand Tools

Jack up Your Toolbox

It's time to give the back of your hammer a rest. There's a better way to extract old nails and brads -- and it doesn't involve pulling, twisting, groaning and pleading for a nail to come out smoothly, without damaging your woodwork.
Nail Jack Hand Tools
Jack up Your Toolbox

It's time to give the back of your hammer a rest. There's a better way to extract old nails and brads -- and it doesn't involve pulling, twisting, groaning and pleading for a nail to come out smoothly, without damaging your woodwork.

The Nail Hunter from Nail Jack Tools is designed specifically to dig in, grab onto and extract a whole range of fasteners including brads, nails and staples. It's low tech, but high precision. It has a pliers-like design with teeth for grabbing the nail shaft and a built-in fulcrum for a smooth pull. There are no batteries or air compressors required. Entrepreneur Michael Foley invented the Nail Hunter after he couldn't find any tools that could cleanly and easily pull nails from lumber, baseboards and molding.

Besides speeding up your construction project, the Nail Hunter also helps reduce the amount of salvageable lumber that ends up in landfills because it's filled with nails or damaged during the extraction process. Innovative, green and effective -- Michael hit the nail on the head with Nail Hunter .