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Thank you Doug. I have now dedicated one of my pairs of wire strippers to the ”layout wire” best wishes. Kevin



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Hi Andy. Thank you for your reply . Finger nails??? You must have sharp nails. Anyhow I keep my nails short as they are liable to break when I am trying to do odd jobs with them.  Best wishes. Kevin



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Hi Kevin,

Score the plastic on one side very gently with a sharp scalpel (hold down on a piece of wood in your case). Hold tightly in one one hand, pull the end off with the other. Works with my 32 gauge wire.

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Hi Nigel.   Thank you. The latest batch of “ Layout Wire “ c/o Hattons on 100 metre reels, seems to be of a better quality than the other layout wire that I have purchased. And I have now adjusted a pair of strippers and reserved them for that wire.   Best wishes. Kevin



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