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  • Pneumatic Nailers

    I just needed to shoot a few 5/8 18ga brads this morning.
    I opened my Ridgid 18ga straight nailer to swap brads and noticed the inside area was dirty.

    The Ridgid 18ga straight nailer does not require oil.....

    Anyway, I gently wiped the area clean with a soft shop rag, and used compressed air to blow out any other debris not picked up by the rag.
    I then took ONE drop and Only ONE drop of tool oil on the rag and wiped the area down again so it looked new and shiny. I also wiped down the strip of brads to remove the chinese crap on them to keep them from rusting while on the boat over here. I also noted a lot of dirt came off the strip.

    I fired my few brads perfectly.

    I'm sharing this as many newer folks using pneumatic tools may over look that their brads or staples have a coating on them and not just the glue that will eventually gum up your pneumatic nailer or stapler....

    Also a few moments to ensure the tool is clean will always ensure a proper operating tool.

    Cactus Man

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    Re: Pneumatic Nailers

    That's some very good words of advice there Cactus Man.
    Any man who thinks he can be happy and prosperous by letting the government take care of him better take a closer look at the American Indian."
    ------- Henry Ford

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