examples of nails
The head, scarcely wider than the shank, can easily be hammered in and concealed; it is ideal for finishing work and moldings.
Made of hardened steel, it can be hammered into masonry without breaking or bending.
The flat shank and head do not harm fibers; it is used especially for laying wood flooring.
Sturdy wide-headed nail, used for general woodwork and carpentry.
Turns like a screw as it is hammered in; it reduces cracking and is hard to pull out.
Small wide-headed nail often used to affix carpets, fabric and other thin materials.