This is the recommended oil finish for oily woods such as Teak, Rosewood, Zebrawood, Monkeypod and many others. Unlike linseed oil and most other oil finishes, which become tacky when exposed to heat, Teak Oil penetrates the wood, dries hard and stays hard. Can only be shipped by UPS Ground to addresses within the continental United States.Note: This product is not available in the Pasadena, Torrance Orange and Ontario stores due to AQMD VOC requirementsMay be applied over raw, stained, newly stripped or previously oiled wood surfaces.Use a stiff brush, clean rag or fine, nylon mesh pad.Uniformly "flood" the entire surface.Wait 5-10 minutes. If dry spots occur, reapply to achieve uniform wetness.After 30 minutes set time, wipe and lightly buff with a clean cloth.After 24 hours lightly buff with a clean cloth, then buff with extra-fine steel wool to achieve a uniform sheen.
Project a bright beam in any direction! The flexible neck of this floodlight enableshands-free lighting whether it is standing on its base or suspended from a pipe, rafter,or other fixture. Light head is lockable to the base to function as a lantern. Extra-brightXenon bulb maximizes brightness of the beam. Lamp features a three-hour run time.18V battery pack sold separately.3 year limited manufacturer warranty
With a blade that runs the full length of the bed, Triton's TRPUL Unlimited Rebate Planer can cut rabbets as deep as your heart desires, and also works great as a standard surface planer as well. It can hog off up to 1/8'' in a single pass, and features a 17-position depth control for fast, precise adjustment of the amount of material you want to remove. Simply repeat the passes until you reach the desired depth. The adjustable auxiliary handle adds comfort, while the integral parking stand prevents damage to the blade when you set the planer down. The blade drum can even be removed and replaced with the included sanding drum to allow easy sanding of the bottoms of your rabbets. Left or right rear dust extraction. Cutting capacities: width 3-1/4'', depth 1/8''. Weight 8.6lbs. 0-1/8'' Adjustable depth of cutVariable speed control adjusts the drum speed to suit the material3-blade drum provides a higher rate of material removal (46,500 cuts per minute)Bail handle for improved ergonomics and increased controlLeft or right rear dust extraction allows the dust/chips to be directed to either side of the workpieceDrum guard protects against exposed blades when rebatingSpindle lock button for easy drum changesParking stand protects the blades and workpiece from damage on run downPower-on neon light increases operator safety
Each of these unique slabs is individually cut to reveal the most interesting grain and to preserve as much of the natural live edge as possible - use them for table tops, clock faces, signs, decorative wall hangings and whatever else your imagination can drum up. Live edge slabs reveal the individual character of the tree from which they were cut, and provide woodworkers with beautiful wide boards that would otherwise be ripped thin if milled for yield. Because of their width, most of these slabs won't fit through a jointer or planer. Instead, they are carefully flattened on a custom-built, manually-operated mill. The slabs are then sanded to 150-grit and given a light of coat of clear shellac for protection. All of these slabs are sourced from small family-owned mills that practice responsible land management. For dimensions refer to the grid in the photo: each red square represents 12''; each black square represents 4'' When necessary, checking and defects are carefully patched at the mill Sanded to 150-grit and coated with shellac for protection