What is it? Set 481

I need some help with the last one this week:
http://55tools.blogspot.com/
Rob
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On Thursday, February 21, 2013 3:02:53 AM UTC-6, snipped-for-privacy@gmail.com wrote:

/ Rob
Last item, 2802, is a Berry staple remover, often used in upholstery to rem ove staples from tight, narrow places, especially near woodwork. Allows re moval of the staple without damaging the woodwork or any other part of the furniture that you don't want damaged, scratched, etc. Using the typical 2 pronged staple remover often damages nearby woodwork, etc., if in narrow o r tight places. http://www.rochfordsupply.com/shop/Staples/Staple_Removers/Berry_Staple_Rem over/index.html
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om/ Rob

emove staples from tight, narrow places, especially near woodwork. Allows removal of the staple without damaging the woodwork or any other part of th e furniture that you don't want damaged, scratched, etc. Using the typical 2 pronged staple remover often damages nearby woodwork, etc., if in narrow or tight places.

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Thanks, looks like this is correct.
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On Thursday, February 21, 2013 3:42:25 PM UTC-6, snipped-for-privacy@gmail.com wrote:

le_Remover/index.html Thanks, looks like this is correct.
Here's some more looks - https://www.google.com/search?q rry+staple+rem over&hl=en&qscrl=1&rlz=1T4MXGB_enUS512US513&biw80&bihi0&site =webhp&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ei=T54mUc3zA4a09gTh34DAB A&sqi=2&ved EMQsAQ
The clear handled one, on the 3rd row, is the typical staple remover used f or most staple removing. The prying end comes in 2 angles, about 20° (th e one shown) and about 40°, for different leveraging.
On some furniture, the fabric is pressed in and stapled into a groove, simi lar to a groove for pressed-in cane spline. These grooves are often adjace nt to the finished woodwork (often decorative/carved woodwork) and the Berr y is about the only staple remover that can reach into the groove, to remov e the staples, without damaging the finished woodwork.
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emover&hl=en&qscrl=1&rlz=1T4MXGB_enUS512US513&biw80&bihi0&si te=webhp&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ei=T54mUc3zA4a09gTh34D ABA&sqi=2&ved EMQsAQ

for most staple removing. The prying end comes in 2 angles, about 20° ( the one shown) and about 40°, for different leveraging.

milar to a groove for pressed-in cane spline. These grooves are often adja cent to the finished woodwork (often decorative/carved woodwork) and the Be rry is about the only staple remover that can reach into the groove, to rem ove the staples, without damaging the finished woodwork.
Thanks for the information, I'll forward this on to the owner of it.
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2802 - Spanner for screwing in a round "nut" that's threaded on the outside.
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Here are my answers for this week:
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On Fri, 22 Feb 2013 12:42:31 -0800 (PST), snipped-for-privacy@gmail.com wrote:

THe rock in the hammer looks like chert from here. Good choice.
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#2798 I could use them on my trail bike if they were the right size. Sure would throw the mud, WW
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