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What are your favorite tools?

 Do you have favorite tools that you can't live without? These are a few of mine. Although they may not be the conventional optometric tools, I still love them. I have a couple dental picks that I use for things like getting broken nosepad pieces out, getting ahold of the cord to remove it when rest ringing rimless frames, and getting in the knocks and crannies of a frame when needed. I love my awl that I picked up at the hardware store. It is great for getting screw holes to line up, especially when it's a spring hinge. You all probably have the other item pictured - the screw holder. I couldn't leave it out. It's been a lifesaver for getting ahold of those tiny nosepad screws. I'm sure you all have your own special tools too.    SELECT   to learn more about Wendy Damisch (Iowa).   VIEW   Wendy's entire blog.

Do you have favorite tools that you can't live without? These are a few of mine. Although they may not be the conventional optometric tools, I still love them. I have a couple dental picks that I use for things like getting broken nosepad pieces out, getting ahold of the cord to remove it when rest ringing rimless frames, and getting in the knocks and crannies of a frame when needed. I love my awl that I picked up at the hardware store. It is great for getting screw holes to line up, especially when it's a spring hinge. You all probably have the other item pictured - the screw holder. I couldn't leave it out. It's been a lifesaver for getting ahold of those tiny nosepad screws. I'm sure you all have your own special tools too.

SELECT to learn more about Wendy Damisch (Iowa).
VIEW Wendy's entire blog.

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