Whenever drilling into metal, lubrication should be used to prevent dulling of the Nail Head Gone drill bit and overheating. It also should be used to prevent rust when storing.
Yes. Cleaning the tip of the Nail Head Gone drill bit during and after removing a rusty nail head will prevent chipping and make future cuts cleaner.
With proper care, the tool should cut between 160 to over 300 nail heads depending on the size of nail.
The Nail Head Gone drill bit can cut a nail head off of nail sizes #6 #8 #10 #12 and #16.
The tool should not be used on screws or stainless steel nails. This may result in chipping or dulling the solid carbide cutter.
The exterior wood cutting portion of the tool is made of high grade billet tool steel. The interior nail head cutter bit is made of solid carbide.
Use your Nail Head Gone drill bit to cut nail heads from:
Use a bar to pry off these items so that you can reuse them after the work is completed.
Homeowners and property managers, please refer your painter or repair person to our NailHeadGone.com website. We are happy to email or speak with them about the tool and let them know where they can buy the Nail Head Gone drill bit.
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