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Would this be decent for removing old fence staples?

 

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Jaws look abit fat?

 

 

Stanrite do fancy tools but  expensive.  using normal fence pliers & hammer is abit of a chore/slow for a long run of fence...

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I bought one for removing nails from pallets, if they were flush or sub, it couldn't get a grip. 

 

It does take up a substantial amount of room on one of my garage shelves, but could be handy if one's safety is compromised by attackers looking for lawnmowers. 

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1 hour ago, Stere said:

Would this be decent for removing old fence staples?

 


Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for PRIORY UK MADE Nail Puller For Wood Floor Boards &...

 

Jaws look abit fat?

 

 

Stanrite do fancy tools but  expensive.  using normal fence pliers & hammer is abit of a chore/slow for a long run of fence...

There is a nack in using fencing pliers and also need a good pair not cheap Chinese ones. Haven’t had many staples that I could get out with pliers with out using hammer as well. 

If staples have been hammered home the best thing is an old combine spike welded to a bit of pipe 

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I have the Priory Nail puller - but not for pulling staples.  It does work but it can hard to get into the top of the staple.  

 

The Strainrite Staple Tool is utterly brilliant.  Have had one for a few years and it never, ever fails.  There are other staple removal tools I've tried - but nothing comes close this.  It gets into tight gaps, is quick, simple and efficient to use.  Staples removed in a few seconds every time.  No need to resort to spikes or hammers - just rolls them out.

 

It is expensive but worth every penny if you're repairing fencing.  I think it was developed/designed by a New Zealand farmer who was fed-up with tools that didn't work. 

 

I see them used on eBay for not much more than new - so you'll get most of your money back if/when you sell it.

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