The Splinter Remover is a disposable splinter remover.
Use the sterile point to gently loosen the skin above and around the splinter, fold in half and use splinter pull out as forceps to grip the splinter and pull out. Surface skin has few nerve endings and can be gently picked away, exposing the splinter with minimal discomfort. Full instructions appear on the back of each card and individual wrapper.
Scenario: It’s Thursday afternoon and Bryant is sanding some wood before applying lacquer to the frame of the bed. He gets a splinter and needs to remove it before it heals over and becomes infected. So he gets out his pack of splinter removal devices and picks at it and it keeps slipping out from the lancet tri-beveled point he begins to feel challenged. He wants to use forceps to pull out the splinter so he can get to go to work.
Scenario: It’s Tuesday morning and Zach is climbing on a ropes course. He slips off a log and tries grabbing it. He brushes his hand across it and he gets a splinter. He wants to stop climbing to remove the splinter and to collect himself so he can be comfortable while finishing his climb.
Form and Cut: Stamping
Surface Finish: Smooth
Process: The feeding system pushes a strip of metal (as it unrolls from a coil) through all of the stations of a progressive stamping die. Each station performs one or more operations until a finished part is made. The final station is a cutoff operation, which separates the finished part from the carrying web.