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Great for learning and for arms that aren't as strong. (Our local Amish friends call it a "boy's husker.")
Note: Can also be used for staple removal in upholstery! See detail for more information.
"This note is to tell you that your corn husker #2000 is used around here in Pennsylvania by upholsters and in furniture factories to remove staples when making adjustments. Sewn covers are first staple-gunned onto the product (here and there) for fabric positioning and then neatly and carefully hand tacked. Initial staples are then removed afterward for safety and a smooth consistent appearance... Many upholsters are also from a farm background and know a useful tool when they see it."