decordemon
Interior Designers & Decorators
Brian Patrick Flynn
 

Brian Patrick Flynn

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http://www.decordemon.com

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Step 3: Remove staples. Sure, it would seem as though you'd just take out each staple with the screwdriver, but nothing's ever that simple. Older, rusted staples may break off. To fully take them out, use the needle-nose pliers and yank away.

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Step 3: Remove staples. Sure, it would seem as though you'd just take out each staple with the screwdriver, but nothing's ever that simple. Older, rusted staples may break off. To fully take them out, use the needle-nose pliers and yank away.by decordemon
bethiam added this to bethiam's ideas
April 27, 2011
Step 3: Remove staples. Sure, it would seem as though you'd just take out each staple with the screwdriver, but nothing's ever that simple. Older, rusted staples may break off. To fully take them out, use the needle-nose pliers and yank away.by decordemon
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