The Chicago screws were not defective nor was the leather that was used. The issue was with the tightness of the screw. Holding a Chicago screw tightly while at the same time attempting to maneuver a screw driver with the other hand can be cumbersome. The flat edge of a Chicago screw is slick and has almost no edge to hold on to. The inventor tried regular pliers to hold the screw in place but quickly found that to be very awkward. It was also found that the pliers would easily damage the Chicago screw.
This brings us to the thought and design of something that would resolve this issue. The perfect solution is now known as JP's Tack Tool. This new take on pliers allows for something familiar to use, while also holding the Chicago screw in place with much greater strength. Even better yet, it does not damage even the expensive show quality screws or the leather. Now, the JP Equine Tack Tool is literally used all over the world and you can be a part of it. Make your life easier by buying one today!