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TOPIC: Rusty Nails... would you use them?

RE:Rusty Nails... would you use them? 21 Nov 2011 22:32 #16

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Jason RoTramel wrote:
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..... then soaked them with WD40. .

Don't they taste bad?:eek::p
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RE:Rusty Nails... would you use them? 21 Nov 2011 22:33 #17

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I have thrown out many a box of nails. Many, as in probably well over a hundred boxes, because of rust. I personally would not drive a rusty nail. You'd probably be fine doing so, but I have it in my head that if a horse were to have a problem with a nail, that problem may be made worse if the nail were rusty. JMO.
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RE:Rusty Nails... would you use them? 21 Nov 2011 23:12 #18

They taste Terrible!!! I try not to put them in my mouth!!! I pulled a good one the other day. Got magic cushion on my fingers, then promptly applied it to my lips with nails, it was good fun.:eek::D
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RE:Rusty Nails... would you use them? 21 Nov 2011 23:17 #19

I use save edge nails as my primary nail. They seem to rust through in about 6-7 weeks, I call them auto eject nails, :D, I can't see giving them a head start if they are all ready rusty. lol

Rick, I agree, but if they clean up, I can't see where they would cause a problem. But, I also wouldn't invest a lot of time in cleaning them up.
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RE:Rusty Nails... would you use them? 22 Nov 2011 01:28 #20

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I woulda figured the honey bagger and a horse shoeing yoda would not give a damn about no lock jaw at 40 bucks a box...I have never had a rusty nail I take my old I'M jug thingys that have a twist lid and they hold 500 delta slims and shot wd40 on them as I pull them out the house..sorry no help but that's a sure way to keep any rust off
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RE:Rusty Nails... would you use them? 22 Nov 2011 01:37 #21

Honey Banger, and Horse shoeing yoda, I'm not sure who your talking to, or if I should be laughing or offended,:confused::D:eek:

At the moment I think its funny.
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RE:Rusty Nails... would you use them? 22 Nov 2011 02:22 #22

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"Wait, Master there is something I must know" (Obi Wan)

I don't use rusty nails, I remember my mentor wouldn't even use dropped nails. But we refitted shoes all the time, as I still do. Rarely fronts but some of my Reiners hate to mess with a plate. I clean the the surface with a wire wheel but don't heat the shoe. Should I be ok or am I missing something.
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RE:Rusty Nails... would you use them? 22 Nov 2011 02:38 #23

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Clean the nail up and be carefully how you drive them...rusty shoes, no way they will hurt unless you nail them on a bleeding foot???:cool:
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RE:Rusty Nails... would you use them? 22 Nov 2011 03:19 #24

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Gary Hill wrote:
Clean the nail up and be carefully how you drive them...rusty shoes, no way they will hurt unless you nail them on a bleeding foot???:cool:

Drench w/ iodine first.;)
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RE:Rusty Nails... would you use them? 22 Nov 2011 07:48 #25

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Man, its interesting reading the whole spectrum of opinions on such simple little things.
Ive used rusty nails before, when i was learning i even pricked a horse with one - sure enough it abscessed, but i casually checked if it had had its tentanus shots and all was fine. I put my nails in plastic boxes now with WD-40 too, but i will still use rusty nails on good footed horse, i'm just more careful now :). They drive really nice with WD i reckon.
In regards to germs and throwing nails out for dropping on the ground, etc, we are dirty buggers and everything's totally covered in all sorts a muck - visible and invisible - if the nail is driven right how can any of it matter?
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RE:Rusty Nails... would you use them? 22 Nov 2011 11:24 #26

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Rachael Kane wrote:
we are dirty buggers and everything's totally covered in all sorts a muck - visible and invisible - if the nail is driven right how can any of it matter?

Rachael so true, especially stall kept horses. It makes you think. Jason asked if they tasted bad with WD40 on them, but just think your hand that just picked up that foot is now picking out a nail your going to put in your mouth! Just how much horse poop do you think we eat in a year? Maybe that's why we are so full of BS.
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RE:Rusty Nails... would you use them? 22 Nov 2011 12:09 #27

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Rachael Kane wrote:
Man, its interesting reading the whole spectrum of opinions on such simple little things.
Ive used rusty nails before, when i was learning i even pricked a horse with one - sure enough it abscessed, but i casually checked if it had had its tentanus shots and all was fine. I put my nails in plastic boxes now with WD-40 too, but i will still use rusty nails on good footed horse, i'm just more careful now :). They drive really nice with WD i reckon.
In regards to germs and throwing nails out for dropping on the ground, etc, we are dirty buggers and everything's totally covered in all sorts a muck - visible and invisible - if the nail is driven right how can any of it matter?

Rachel, I used to date a girl from Werrington (NSW), she'd "reckon" about everything. That sentence brought back some memories. I do agree, it's amazing how many opinions (and experience to back them up) that you can get from this forum with one simple question. It's also amazing, to me, how much those answers teach me and make me think about things. I really appreciate all the wisdom you guys share with me, even about the little things.

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Rachael so true, especially stall kept horses. It makes you think. Jason asked if they tasted bad with WD40 on them, but just think your hand that just picked up that foot is now picking out a nail your going to put in your mouth! Just how much horse poop do you think we eat in a year? Maybe that's why we are so full of BS.

I think that should be ES.

I do have some plastic boxes that I keep my nails in ( they are boxes from some diamond nails I've used) but it was too late for these. I do appreciate all the advice folks so, keep it coming.

Slowshoe,

I know some people won't do it but, I've shod quite a few horses cold. I've even bought shoes from Amish guys with drill tec or borium already applied, then cold shod horses with them. So, yeah, I've used rusted shoes. One thing I have always done though, was to knock the rust off the foot surface with a file. Don't know that it made much difference but, that's what I have done.

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RE:Rusty Nails... would you use them? 22 Nov 2011 15:51 #28

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I know that wounds from rusty nails are considered dangerous, but that's considering they got rusty while exposed to bacteria. I don't consider nails exposed to rain water or high humidity in the same catagory. Of course if there is enough rust to give a rough surface, they're hard to drive until cleaned up. Cleaned and dried I don't worry about contamination. Glad to hear some cleaning tips.

As far as shoes, I had shoe racks in the open for many years. The shoes accumulated a bit of rust although the oxide layer protects pretty well and I used them. Sometimes hot, sometimes cold.
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RE:Rusty Nails... would you use them? 22 Nov 2011 16:00 #29

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I have Some rusty nails from about 1930 or so ,i would bet I could nail a shoe on with a little spit and nothing would happen ...don't really see the fuss :)
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RE:Rusty Nails... would you use them? 22 Nov 2011 16:42 #30

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Linda and Rick,
Good warning about the perils of rusty nails. When ever you come across any contaminated boxes, send them to me for disposal. I'll pay shipping.
When I first started I got some rain in the nail pan and a few rusted a couple of days later. I was shoeing a white footed horse and mistook the rust stain at the clinch for blood. Pulled and treated with iodine, explained to the new customer that it would be ok. After a couple like that I figured out what was happening and all was well.
I only throw out nails that can't be straightened anymore.

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