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Posted on Removing 18 gauge brads from Oak

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Sawkerf

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#1 posted 1168 days ago

Pulling brads out of hardwood will almost always be an exercise in futility – they have an incredible “grip”.

I either cut them away, or clip them flush and use a nail set to drive them below the surface so I can use a filler to hide them.

If you cut them away, be careful. Cutting them with a carbide blade doesn’t seem to be a problem, but I doubt if a regular steel blade will do very well.

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