What kimd of panel pins are you asking about? Automobile, solar...?
Hi Barbara, can you provide a few more details please.
Hi Barbara, not quite sure what type of panel pins you're asking about. If you provide more specifics, you'll get great help I'm sure. If you could upload a oicture that would help.
here is the info I found for you
Sorry but I have no idea what a panel pin is.
Hi Barbara: You can get a nail set, or a longer nail of the same width, and pound it in a bit where you want the smaller nail to go, remove it and put the nail you want to hammer into a piece of thickish paper and stick it into the hole you just made. Then, hold the paper and gently hammer the nail into the hole. When you get it nearly into the hole, tear the paper away. You can put a longer nail onto the head of the nail you want to hammer, once it's nearly all the way in and you've removed the paper, and hammer that nail carefully, so that you don't damage the wood. Don't use a huge hammer, that's over killl. A small hammer is your best bet. That's all there is to it. Good luck
Could you put them in a plastic container?
Use a Bradle to make a hole as a starter or maybe use a hammer with a magnetic end. Best wishes.
Yes. you are correct, that is exactly what I meant!
Panel Pins are fine gauge nails used in delicate woodworking jobs, as they are not likely to split the materials they are going into. They are commonly used in cabinet making and when installing millwork trim.
If you find that your fingers are too large for holding the 'pins', you can try using a tweezers to grip them in place during the first couple of knocks with the hammer.