12 August 2013

No more hammered fingers

This simple tip doesn't save money, but it sure saves a lot of pain. When hammering a nail into a piece of wood or a picture hook into a wall, hold it in place with a comb. Just slip the nail between the teeth of the comb and hammer away. You will save your fingers and prevent bent or crooked nails.

1 comment:

  1. Thank you for this great idea. Since my very helpful handyman neighbour moved away last year I've had to do all small repairs myself - and hammered fingers have been part of a painful learning curve. I'll allot a special comb for the purpose right away.

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