“Nail on a Stick” ™
|Step 1) Find an appropriate stick. We have determined a
stick about 8 feet in length is useful for the widest variety of applications. Tree limbs don’t
usually work as well as manufactured sticks, such as an old broomstick or hockey stick. Generally,
any old long stick will work.|
Step 2) Take care to remove any loose splinters of wood.
Apply a coat of shellac or paint if desired.
Step 3) Using a hammer, attach nail to stick, approximately 1 inch from top. For best results, insert nail at an angle of about 45°.
This completes the assembly of your “Nail on a Stick”.
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PigsEye Enterprises shall not be held liable for any damages or injury, including but not limited to damages or injury arising from carelessness, unsafe or improper use, or as a result of faulty assembly. This tool is safe and reliable when used and cared for properly. However, hazards do exist and should be carefully avoided.
“Nail on a Stick” is a trademark of PigsEye Enterprises
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