Recycling a broken tool
This is reusing a broken pair of pliers. I took the broken tool and ground it down to make a nail set, which is much easier to use than a normal one. Also, it puts your hand and fingers well out of the way of the hammer, and it works in tighter spaces than the traditional approach.
Wen repairing a copper line and the existing fittings are in the wall at an angle and you can’t get to it to clean it, bend your wire brush at a 90-degree and now you can reach the fittings to clean them.
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