Today’s Tool Time is all about disassembling a pallet…but keeping the nail holes. If you’ve ever tried to take apart a pallet with a hammer, you know it is a pain in the rear. Plus you probably cracked a number of your slats (that you wanted to keep.) Using a reciprocating saw (sawzall) is a simple way to cleanly disassemble a pallet, not crack the boards and keep the ends of the boards with the nail hole character. Use either a carbide tip blade or a metal only blade, either make this job slick and easy.