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Artistic Wire Nylon Jaw Pliers
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- Two large flat heads made of nylon
- Perfect for flattening and shaping Artistic Wire
- Flattened wire is stronger (work hardened) and holds shape better
- Great all-purpose wire tool.Carbon Steel Pliers with lap joint construction, plastic dipped handles for comfort. 13.5 cm (5 3/8 in).
- Use to achieve professional results
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Nylon Jaw Pliers are considered "a must-have" when working with soft wires. Makes quick work of straightening wire and for fixing mistakes. Pull wire through closed jaws of the Nylon Jaw Pliers to correct and straighten. Use the Nylon Jaw Pliers for flattening and hardening designs after shaping, simply squeeze curls, spirals or other shapes to harden. Carbon Steel Pliers with lap joint construction, plastic dipped handles for comfort.
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These might be at the lower price bracket but they are working well so far. I've these nylon jaw pliers for two days and I'm using them to straighten 18 gauge and 20 gauge wires. As I said they are working well so far
I tried using these nylon pliers to manipulate and shape stronger shaped wire (thicker than 28 guage) but found these were not sturdy or strong enough to do that successfully. In fact it created an indent in one of the flat purple pads due to the thicker gauge.
Ultimately I would recommend these for the occasional crafter not one to use frequently as it takes a lot of effort/numerous passes to smooth even 28 gauge wire. Over time I feel its ability to grasp or close on the wire will become loose as it already isn't the best at smoothing the thinnest of artistic wire with one pass.