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Magnetizing Metal Items

posted in Various
06/13/2014
  • This tip describes how to magnetize metallic tools.
    This tip describes how to magnetize metallic tools.
  • 1) Find your tool. Magnetizable tools are made of steel. Plastic, nickel and most stainless tools do not work.
    1) Find your tool. Magnetizable tools are made of steel. Plastic, nickel and most stainless tools do not work.
  • 2) Get a magnet. Any magnet will work, but medium to high-powered ceramic magnets work best.
    2) Get a magnet. Any magnet will work, but medium to high-powered ceramic magnets work best.
  • 3) Work from the base of the tool to the working end, run the magnet along the tool. Do not switch the direction of the magnet. Run the magnet along the tool 10-15 times and then check the tool against a non-magnetized steel object (e.g. a screw) to see if it sticks to the tool.
    3) Work from the base of the tool to the working end, run the magnet along the tool. Do not switch the direction of the magnet. Run the magnet along the tool 10-15 times and then check the tool against a non-magnetized steel object (e.g. a screw) to see if it sticks to the tool.
  • 4) Repeat the magnetizing process,if necessary
    4) Repeat the magnetizing process,if necessary
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