Re: Proper tools to disasemble a...........
All this was good advice. Let me add; When I had kids at home, and a wife, nothing was sacred insofar as tools were concerned, and I found everything, everywhere, all the time. When my ex decided to cut some wire with a Hienkels chisel, the whole world changed. After my BP and pulse both got back below 200, I locked up ALL my dedicated tools, screwdrivers and chisels included- (1) lock, (1) key. No more buggered screws, no more split wood; shortly, not even any more adult supervision!
If you don't have a screwdriver that fits, make, or buy, one, label or mark it, and use it for that chore ONLY.
A screw can be replaced, only time lost, but rip into a sideplate, and the costs go up, exponentially.
Good tools last a lifetime, and practically guarantee better results.
Don't start no s**t and there won't be none, Terry