Contractor John's DIY House Medic

The Common Nail Isn't So Common

October 26, 2020 Contractor John Season 1 Episode 26
Contractor John's DIY House Medic
The Common Nail Isn't So Common
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Contractor John's DIY House Medic
The Common Nail Isn't So Common
Oct 26, 2020 Season 1 Episode 26
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                              DIY House Medic  Podcast Show Notes

Sponsored by Legal Shield

Season:  1

Episode:  26

 

Episode Title:  The Common Nail isn’t so Common

 

Episode Summary:

In this episode Contractor John talks about types of common nails, and uses, along with specialty nails

Typical Nail Sizes and Their Length in Inches

 | 2d nail = 1”  | 9d nail   = 2 ¾”
 | 3d nail = 1 ¼” | 10d nail = 3”
 | 4d nail = 1 ½” | 12d nail = 3 ¼”
 | 5d nail = 1 ¾” | 16d nail = 3 ½”
 | 6d nail = 2” | 20d nail = 4” considered a spike
 | 7d nail = 2 ¼” | 30d nail = 4 ½” considered a spike
 | 8d nail = 2 ½” | 40d nail = 5” considered a spike

 

Resources mentioned in this episode:

Access the Word Dyslexia Help

Legal Shield  (NEW SHOW SPONSOR)

Balancing Nail Trick Video

Nail Pulling Tricks Video

Dimension Bible Christmas Discount Coupon Code CMAS

Roy Worley Voice Overs

Ask questions, post comments at the Contractor John/DIY House Medic Facebook Page 

 

Visit the Contractor John website and receive a free monthly Home Maintenance Checklist for following

Contractor John

 

Visit the Contractor John YouTube Channel and please Subscribe to my channel.

Show Notes

                              DIY House Medic  Podcast Show Notes

Sponsored by Legal Shield

Season:  1

Episode:  26

 

Episode Title:  The Common Nail isn’t so Common

 

Episode Summary:

In this episode Contractor John talks about types of common nails, and uses, along with specialty nails

Typical Nail Sizes and Their Length in Inches

 | 2d nail = 1”  | 9d nail   = 2 ¾”
 | 3d nail = 1 ¼” | 10d nail = 3”
 | 4d nail = 1 ½” | 12d nail = 3 ¼”
 | 5d nail = 1 ¾” | 16d nail = 3 ½”
 | 6d nail = 2” | 20d nail = 4” considered a spike
 | 7d nail = 2 ¼” | 30d nail = 4 ½” considered a spike
 | 8d nail = 2 ½” | 40d nail = 5” considered a spike

 

Resources mentioned in this episode:

Access the Word Dyslexia Help

Legal Shield  (NEW SHOW SPONSOR)

Balancing Nail Trick Video

Nail Pulling Tricks Video

Dimension Bible Christmas Discount Coupon Code CMAS

Roy Worley Voice Overs

Ask questions, post comments at the Contractor John/DIY House Medic Facebook Page 

 

Visit the Contractor John website and receive a free monthly Home Maintenance Checklist for following

Contractor John

 

Visit the Contractor John YouTube Channel and please Subscribe to my channel.