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1. Turn the 2nd and 3rd prong towards yourself and insignificantly to the sides. Turn the 1st and 4th prong a long way from you and insignificantly to the sides. Use the pliers and turn the tips of the 1st and 4th prong.
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6. Evade marks with level blows, and concentrate on the round sections. Decline beating the handle and lines. Then sledge down on the raised part, flip, reiterate. Using a truly generous commitment needle nose forceps, contort the right tine forward, a little bit at once. Remove from unfortunate propensity.keep in mind that you dont hurt yourself while doing it.
7. Turn the left tine and bend it out as over these will be your screw openings. Turn a third tine forward like this, with your forceps. Twist the tine into a sensitive curve.
8. Take your fork out and reposition it so the as of late turned tine is progressing towards you. Turn it up. Hammer it level. Repeat steps 10-17 for the last time for curtain hangers.Your hanging posters can be ready. This will frame a heart in the middle.
9. Turn the handle into a catch. Prop it in a tight clasp and sledge it over something round, so that the pretty part will exhibit when it is holding tight the divider. A rawhide hammer won't leave any engravings!
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