#2
The only way to do it safely is a wire stripper. If you're extremely careful, you can do it with wire cutters, but I don't recommend it as it is easy to screw up. Some needle nose pliers also have a small part down at the bottom thats like a mini wire cutter you can use to strip, but again, you have to be very careful as they can cut easily.
#4
I've always used my teeth to strip wires, but I don't really know what your mouth looks like, so I don't quite know if thats a good idea.
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#7
Seriously, anything that cuts. I use one of those nail clipper keychains.
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#9
Teeth has always worked well when the strippers can't be found... =\
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