them - they are too small!HELP! Is there an easy way to hammer small nails (straight) into insulation around door frames? I can't hold
Needle nose pliersHELP! Is there an easy way to hammer small nails (straight) into insulation around door frames? I can't hold
Go to the hardware and ask for a magnetic tack hammer the head is magnetized and will hold the nail on it and you just tack it in place and then finish hammering it in.
Buy a arrow staple gun for about 12.00
Well, I would get a cordless drill, and a small (1 or 1.5mm) hss metal bit, thats just a teeny bit smaller than the nails. Pre-drill (where you intend each nail to go) the holes to about half the depth of the length of the nail. They should go in nice and straight.
get some needle nose pliers and hold the nail in them and whack away
use a nail gun!
use sticky tac - put a gob, push the nail in where you want it and hammer, then remove sticky tac.
A small nail or brad gun would be best.
small tooth comb
If its going to be covered with other materials you may be able to just simply tape it there.
Use a wall stapler.
Use an electric brad nailing gun.
Get a small plastic bag (Like a zip lock) stick the nail through the bag. It will hold the nail. Now hold the bag a safe distance so you don't hit your finger when hammering. I'm not sure what you are doing with insulation and nails near trim, but good luck with it!
Stick the nail through a piece of paper as a ';handle'; till you get the nail started.
Can you hold something larger like a clothespin? If so, just clip the clothespin around the nail or screw, and hold the clothespin in place and hammer away!!
use your roach clip
Besides hemostats or something like that, there is a tool that has a hollow tube that is springloaded that holds trim nails in it that you hold in the palm of your hand.