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How do I remove pneumatic staples from furniture.

Hammering staples from the back, they bend but they don't back out. I can't pry them out because they are too deep. I am using a narrow crown stapler.

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Try a large pair of pliers.
straighten the staples as much as you can, grip one leg with the pliers about 1/8" from the wood, and tap the pliers with a mallet or wood block.
alternate "till you can grip the crown.

Posted on Jan 22, 2015

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