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In America, prior to World War II, upholsterers worked primary hand and mouth using a method called, “spitting tacks.” Essentially, the the upholsterer started with a handful of tacks stuffed into his mouth, which allowed him to work with speed and accuracy. Find out what upholsterer, Michael Mascelli, feels is the nuclear weapon of the industry.