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#1 posted 01-27-2018 07:52 PM

I always took pliers and pulled the nail out and away from the wood and then bent the Brad from side to side to break it off ,,and 9 times out of ten it would break off below the surface. This works for 18 &23 ga brads and then you can drop some glue into the divet and press the sliver back over with a clamp or just tap it flush and sand

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