Snap-on designs non-marring pry tool for access to tight spots

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Snap-on says its five-piece non-marring pry tool set (PBN500) is suited for removing molding clips, gaskets and power seat and window buttons — as well as many other applications — while reducing the possibility of damaging work surfaces. Each tool in the set features a handle with a crown that can be tapped into place to allow the user to insert the working end in tight places.

According to the company, the five-piece non-marring pry tool set includes a wedge tool with a narrow point for reaching in narrow spaces (PBN1); a wide sticker and gasket scraper (PBN2); a narrow-forked pry bar, suited for removing door panels and grommets (PBN3); a wide-forked pry bar (PBN5); and a flat-forked tool for straight access (PBN7). The non-marring pry bars are made of glass-filled nylon and molded for added strength and flexibility.

For more information, go to www.snapon.com.