This trick is very simple - but also very useful for all fans of construction, or for all those users who works wite hammers & nailed (and working on ladders mostly)

Step 1: Materials

Strong Magnet
 Insulating tape

Step 2: Step One - Connect the Magnet in Your Most Convenient Part (preferably Not in the Grip Poin)

Step 3: Second and Final Step - Covering All Parts of the Magnet

<p>Brilliant! I imagine they are great for picking up spilled nails too</p>
<p>Sounds handy!</p>
<p>That's a nice, simple hack, but I have two questions;</p><p>● Don't you get nails flying around with each strike?</p><p>● Why are you using geological hammers to put in nails?</p>
<p>Geological hammers? Really? Good to know :-) Anyway this is what I have ..</p><p>Anyway regarding your first question - the nails do not &quot;flying around&quot; while use small nails (not like the ones in the picture), I also got exceptionally strong magnets, they are called &quot;neodymium magnet&quot; (also known a Neo magnet).</p><p>you can look for them here:</p><p>http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_trksid=p2050601.m570.l1313.TR0.TRC0.H0.Xneodymium+magnet&amp;_nkw=neodymium+magnet&amp;_sacat=0&amp;_from=R40</p>
<p>Good to know.</p>

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