Finger Wrench Reaches Tight Spots (Aug, 1960)

Finger Wrench Reaches Tight Spots
Cut a hexagonal hole in a rubber finger tip and you have a wrench that’s fine for starting nuts in close spots on electronic chassis, in clocks, appliances, and instruments. The rubber finger tips are ordinarily used for handling paper.

2 comments
  1. William says: August 25, 20091:29 am

    “cut hole to fit snugly around nuts”….umm, wow…giggity

  2. SSS says: May 17, 20107:57 pm

    Or use a bit of rubber cement to bond the nut to the end of a pencil eraser then spin the nut on.

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