EZ Nailer Makes Hammering In Hard To Fit Areas Simple!

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EZ Nailer Product Information

EZ Nailer is the quick & ez way to place nails exactly where you need them! Driving nails in tight spaces is a snap – it’s like having a nail gun in the palm of your hand! EZ Nailer is developed for commercial contractors. No more smashing fingers! Order yours today.


  • Quicker, easier and safer than nailing with a hammer
  • Places nails perfectly and keeps them straight, even in tight spaces
  • Ingenious design developed for commercial contractors

    Buy one EZ Nailerâ„¢ for $14.95 + $7.95 S&H and get a second EZ Nailerâ„¢ for FREE, just pay an additional $7.95 for S&H.
    Sales tax applies to orders from CA & FL.
    A shipping surcharge of $9.95 will be applied to orders from Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands, and Guam.
    Customer service: 877-300-5499
    Customer hours: M-F 9am-5pm EST.

    EZ Nailer Customer Service

    We are committed to providing the best products and friendliest customer service. If you should have any questions about ordering or a question about any of our great products, please feel free to contact us with the information provided below.
    Phone: 877-300-5499
    Hours: M-F 9am-5pm EST.


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    15 comments on “EZ Nailer Makes Hammering In Hard To Fit Areas Simple!
    1. Dana Dumaplin says:


    2. JustCecile says:

      anyone else notice that whenever they showed a nail being nailed in there wasn’t actually a nail there

    3. tonyantonio2 says:

      :3 magic of hollywood

    4. Prence says:

      Some reason I don’t think this works like they want us to think it does. But I do think it would work well driving nails in drywall but not hard woods.

    5. Regan Daniels says:

      Name of this is so wrong

    6. simlover00 says:

      how stupid is this?

    7. trololomosher says:

      ez nailer lol

    8. Garrus Vakarian says:

      Them commercial scams. :I

    9. Vickie R. Mcdowell says:

      After about 5,000 nails, I needed to fine tune it again, but in almost 20,000 nails more, it has not needed any more adjusting. I prefer the mechanical nailers for pre-finished woods, because there is no sealer that goes on after nailing the floor down to seal gaps. With pre-finished floors, any gap that you leave is there for the life of the floor. Unless the board was warped very badly, the porta nailer was able to draw the floorboards up tight.

    10. ThCGER says:

      What the commercial tells me: Only women need this, men just use a hammer like everyone else.

    11. lilmaibe says:

      use a comb to hold the nail in place, use the side or top of a hammer in narrow areas.

    12. TranscendingEuphoria says:

      I would buy one though I usually punch the nail in with my fist.

    13. TheKidsViewSUBSCRIBE says:

      i wil use my ez find to find my ez nailer

    14. Jack Kraken says:

      Really? Commercial contractors use this? For what, driving nails into stupid clients I guess. As someone has already said this seems more aimed at Women then Men. Also the question of how to nail in tight spaces can be easily solved by using either a long nose plier to hold the nail, or even using a piece of paper/carboard which you drive the nail into first then use it to hold the nail when you hammer it into the surface. Paper=$0 OR EZ Nailer=$10 ($10 Savings! Get your paper today!)

    15. Derek Reis says:

      I guess she…… nailed it

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