Need to remove staples? You need a tack lifter. Use it by holding it vertically against the edge of the staple and gently manipulating it underneath the staple to loosen it. Once it is loosened you can remove the staple using a pair of pincers.
- Made by Draper
- Bright polished good quality steel claw blade with curved leverage end and plastic handle
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SIP 3/8″ air drill with keyless chuck from SIP’s Aeropro air tool range which offers a composite construction for ultimate performance and durability. This heavy duty range is more light weight compared to other traditional air tools, whilst the soft grip warm touch rubber handle offers the user maximum comfort and minimum vibrations. Average air consumption – 4CFM.
The C.S. Osborne Foam Cutter is used in conjunction with an electric drill and its main application is for cutting out the foam in readiness for deep buttoning. This is the tool we use in our workshop for this task. This cutter can also be used to cut upholstery fabric in readiness for use with a button covering machine and will cut through up to 30 layers of fabric at a time.
- Designed to fit the chuck of standard 6mm & 10mm electric drills.
C.S. Osborne Yellow Handle Staple Lifter
The correct angle for removing staples of any size, from the smallest to the longest leg staples. Manufactured from alloy tempered steel. Electronically hardened working ends. Fluted amber cellulose acetate handle to keep from rolling.
Blade Length – 4.5″
Overall Length – 8.5″
Weight – 4oz