Lately I've been working a lot with recycled wood (from wood boxes or pallets), and found it to be a great source for many DIY projects. during the wood preparation of the wood pieces, there's an annoying task which is to remove nails - some time the head of the nail is broken, and some times you need to grab the nail in all sort of positions.
So I wanted to make a hand tool for removing nails that can grab nails that lost their head.
In this project you'll see how to build such a tool "DIY Nail remover"
Have a look at the video to see it in action.
For the tool components I went to my garage and took a broken hammer head and a worn wire cutter.
Hammer head - maintain it's original functionality with the addition of the advanced nails removal.
Wire cutter (big) - I took it because it has a long handle that comes already equipped with rubber for grabbing, and since it is designed for cutting it can withstand the torques that will be activated on it during the pull.