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I have chipboard flooring nailed onto floor joists with annular (ring) nails which can't be pulled. I was hoping to cut around the nails using something like a plug cutter so that I can then ''jemmy'' the boards with minimum damage and angle grind off the exposed nails.
You need to punch these nails through... unless there are thousands surely this is better than a plug cutter? i'd get a nice cheap phillips screwdriver and bust off the resin handle to make a decent large blunt punch.
Posted on Oct 23, 2009
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