How do you get magnetic sensors off clothes?
Use scissors, a screwdriver, a high-powered magnet, a knife, or a pair of pliers. With a magnet, place it on the table and position the tag bottom side down on the magnet. You should hear it click. Manipulate the pin up and down, and it should come out. via
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Will a strong magnet remove a security tag?
While they can be mutilated off with a pair of snips, a screwdriver and a pair of pliers, they can be removed much easier with a high powered magnet. via
What kind of magnet Do I need to remove security tags?
Many security tags are deactivated in-store with an electromagnetic device. To remove them at home, use a high-powered magnet, such as a hard drive magnet. Place the magnet on a flat surface and lay the tag on top of it with the ink dome or cartridge facing down. via
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How do you stop store alarms from going off?
Although it may sound too simple to be true, yes, you can stop the alarm from going off by covering the tags with a conductive material. The aluminum foil bag example in the beginning works because of a concept called 'electromagnetic shielding'. via
What are the different types of security tags?
Security tags can be broadly broken down into three main categories: electronic article surveillance (EAS) tags, visual deterrent tags and benefit denial. via
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What do stores use to remove security tags?
Security tags require removal when a product is sold. This simple process occurs using a detacher device which is mounted or installed in the counter at the Point of Sale. Either a mechanical device or a high-powered magnet, the detacher releases the security tag's locking mechanism and allows the tag to be removed. via
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Where is the magnet in a hard drive?
Hard drives use magnetism to store information in a layer of magentic material below the surface of the spinning disk. If you were to look at high magnification at the surface of the platter of a typical hard disk, you would see images similar to those on the right. via