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Description: Learn which type of common and specialty nails work best with different kinds of materials. The most basic of fasteners, nails are essential for construction jobs where the extra strength and expense of a screw is unnecessary. Common nails are for general use and are available in many sizes if thickness of material allows it, choose one that is at least three times longer than the depth of the thinner material being nailed. Specialty nails, traditional nails, and brads are designed for specific tasks or finishes and are made in sizes suitable for their purpose. Most nails are simply hammered in, although where wood is likely to split, or very close to an edge, you may sometimes need to drill a pilot hole slightly smaller than the diameter of the nail. 2007 Dorling Kindersley Limited, nails have a head to receive a hammer blow, and a longer shank to provide the attachment. Most nails are made of steel or iron, although masonry nails are made of hardened zinc for strength. Many nails are galvanized (have an outer layer mixed with zinc to protect them from rust which gives them a pale gray, mottled effect. Nails are normally sold by weight rather than quantity, so a rough calculation is sufficient for purchasing. Overbuy, since nails are always useful. Nail weights vary between manufacturers, and according to design and composition. As a rough guide, nails are sold by the pound.