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You can use small nails—called brads—but to help prevent the wood from splitting, you should pre-drill the...
Pointless nails protect against wood splitting, because they cut through fibers rather than following the grain of the...
Yes, paneling nails come in a variety of...
I am paneling my basement walls. What nail can I use to anchor furring strips to a concrete block wall?
Masonry nails can do this...
Galvanized nails resist rust, and you should use them whenever you are building a project that will be exposed to the elements. Aluminum nails are...
If the board you are fastening to another is not going to bear weight, it should be a half inch longer than the board is thick. If it is going to...
These are mostly for interior work when you would countersink the head and cover the nail...
Friction heat from driving the nail softens the cement coating and causes the nail to adhere to wood more...
No. 8 – the bigger the number the bigger the...
The common nail is thicker even though they have the same...
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