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How to Use an Electric Brad Nailer Safely

Life being a continuous learning process, any veteran of the manual method of hammering up trim would find a simpler way of securing trim much fascinating. Using an electric brad nailer is undoubtedly more efficient compared to nailers that call for compressed air systems and air hoses. But, what exactly is this efficient tool? Let’s […]

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Brad Nailer vs Finish Nailer – The Differences

Brad nailers are often smaller than finish nailers and use small brad nails and staples to attach wood trims to different wooden surfaces.  The difference between the two can be hard for some novice carpenters and construction workers. Nevertheless, their size should be the first hint that they are completely two different machines, designed to […]

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How to Load a Brad Nailer with Nails Safely

First things first, what is a brad nailer? This is basically an electrically powered tool that fires 18-gauge brads. Brad nailers can either be corded or cordless, the latter is more inexpensive. They work by loading an air compression chamber by means of an electric charge then uses the power from the chamber discharging to […]

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How to Use and Maintain Brad Nailers

Brad nailers are nail guns that are used to piece together small mouldings and woodcuts to woodwork. It is often the preferred choice as it uses very small nail gauges that will not slit the wood surface no matter how light it is. Moreover, brad nailers are very versatile when it comes to nail accommodation. […]

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