*Turns difficult two man jobs
into a Do-It-Yourselfer
easier with less cuts
*Compresses and holds
Tongue & Groove and Shiplap style boards for a straight,
for different board styles
Blue anodized aluminum
For best results start with tool in closed position and keep threads
When installing any board style
that you need to straightenor hold in place,
position the tool, reversible piece, 1,
against the chosen board style. The nailer, 6,
should be directly in line with a stud, rafter, or truss. Put
1 or 2 nails or screws through holes in nailer, 4,
securing the tool to the stud, rafter or truss.
Turn the central turnbuckle, 2&3,
spreading tool open to push chosen board against previously
The chamfer, 5,
on the nailer is always backside against the wall, floor or
ceiling. When nails are used to secure through the nailer they
can easily be removed by hooking the chamfer, 5,
with the claw of a hammer.
The contoured reversible piece is matched
to the board style by loosening the setscrew and reinstalling it on
the screw/stud from the opposite end of the hole through the piece.
The setscrew is always the back against
the wall, floor or ceiling.
Thin boards like aeromatic cedar and wainscot
are pushed with the shiplap style facing outward of the reversible piece.
Pressure treated and similar flat edge
board would also be pushed from this end.
When working with tongue and groove board
the half moon cutout is provided so you can blind nail the board at
the stud, rafter, or truss also.
The central turnbuckle is threaded completely
through for more travel.
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