Have you ever had a painting where the space between the painting and its crate or travel frame was so tight that you had to use either your middle and first fingers or god forbid needle nose pliers to get the wing nuts off the OZ Clips? Yep, it’s happened to us more than once. We made this handy tool to get the job done. It’s made of PVC so as to be as neutral and forgiving to the painting as possible. Version 1.0 was made of wood. While the wood is heartier the PVC will be more gentle if it happens to come in contact with the painting. You’ll notice that the slot for the wing nut is getting a little chewed up, we’ll see how many years it lasts. Version 3.0 might use a PH neutral buffer instead of the gaffers tape we are using here, any suggestions? Perhaps nothing would actually be better. I think the pictures tell the story. Enjoy.
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