How To Use Fencing Pliers – Fencing pliers or combination pliers perform the functions of many kinds of individual tools all types of fencing requires. A robust steel production process combined with soft handles make this tool to keep for many years to build and maintain all fences. This is the only combination tool that can cut, pull, twist, hammer, stretch and squeeze fences and fencing supplies in a compact tool that is easy to carry in your pocket.
Run fence staples in fence made with wood post by fencing pliers flat head with cross-slots, which means striking the fence staple hammer-like head to drive them to the poles for holding barbed panel cattle, field fence or any other type of fence in place. Cut wire fence with pliers to make a barbed wire or electric fences. There is a deep nipper jaw of the pliers to be cut from either side. Fencing pliers will also grip the wire in the wide teeth at the end of the jaws to twist the loops for attaching the spring wire electric gates.
Attach the cable ties with fencing pliers, wrap around the pole and place each wire tie around the end of the fence. The jaws clamp allows the wire tightly wrap in a circle around the fence to ensure stability. Stretch by barbed wire firmly grasping the wire and twist the wire in a twisting motion, which will pull the cable in a loop that you insert in a direction to tighten with each lap. Fences pliers used to pull an old fence or a fence that had damage from fallen trees so that a sagging or loose to tight back. Strike nails with head to drive them in any type of wood of a stroke.
Protruding nail tips cut off with pliers deep in the jaws so that the sharp tips do not cause injury to animals or people. Insert the long end of the curved fence pliers in the middle of the clip and pull the outer movements to pull staples. Leaning tool and use the mail or wood as staple is leverage helps to tighten driven staples. This part of the rod acts as the curved end of a claw hammer.