The Zoda Tools Wire Stripper Makes Salvaging Scrap Copper Easy and Profitable

Let’s face it – times are tough, and people are looking for ways to make extra money.  Sure, you can find a second job, and devote even more of your time away from your family, friends, or hobbies.  Or you can work for yourself, using materials you probably have laying around your house – scrap metal like copper wire that’s found in many appliances and electronics.  With the Zoda Tools Wire Stripper stripping copper wire has never been easier. 

Go Green and Get Green – Make Extra Money Recycling Copper Wire

Not only is recycling copper wire good for the environment (the more wire recycled, the less wire in landfills), but you can make a sizable chunk of change by collecting scrap copper and selling it at your local scrapyard. 

The Zoda Tools Wire Stripper is a must-have tool for anyone in the electrical trade, heating and air conditioning business, or home improvement business.  But it’s also a revolutionary tool for anyone who collects scrap metal.  Copper is a valuable commodity, but in the past, the time it took to strip the wires sometimes made collecting scrap copper for sale more trouble than it was worth.  Not anymore!  The Zoda Tools Wire Stripper makes wire stripping safe and easy – and that means you can make more money with less time spent hunched over wires with old-fashioned tools that may be time consuming and potentially unsafe. 

Where Can I Find Copper Wire For Recycling?

There’s plenty of copper wire to be found around demolition sites and auto yards, but if you’re looking for scrap copper closer to home, chances are you can find it right in your backyard (or front yard, or kitchen, or den – you get the idea).  Copper wire is everywhere.  Some of the best places to find copper wire in and around your home are:

  • Old appliances – the older the better, when it comes to salvaging copper wire.  Next time you need to replace an old refrigerator, washer, or dryer, salvage the copper from your old appliance first.  A lot of people give old appliances away for free just to get rid of them – scoop those up to increase your copper haul!

  • Household plumbing or roofing projects – check around your neighborhood for anyone replacing their pipes or roof.  Ask if you can go through the old materials to salvage the scrap copper (especially from copper pipes or water heater parts) before they throw it out. 

  • Home and garden décor – You’d be surprised at how many old garden statues, vases, and pieces of ornamental art contain copper.  Salvage from your own home, or scour garage sales and thrift stores, where you can often find old unwanted items for much less than they’re actually worth.

Once you’ve collected your scrap copper and stripped it using your Zoda Tools Wire Stripper, you can take it to a scrap yard to sell.  To get the best bang for your buck, contact some scrap yards in your area to find one that gives you the best price.  Happy scrapping!