The evolution of tools for prying has made strides since the days of the old cane-shaped iron crowbar. Though not a heavily publicized hand tool, pry bar design can actually be a make-or-break issue when removing trim, salvaging lumber, or wrestling sometimes-warped new wood into alignment for that deck or garden shed project. That’s why I’m going to enlighten you on some of my favourite pry bar models in my article “Pry Bars Are All-Star Hand Tools”, and explain why I use these tools again and again and again…
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