Hanging it up

September 05, 2011

It finally warmed up here in the Pacific Northwest, just in time for the end of summer! Happy Labor Day to you. After a short delay our chisel racks are ready to go. We are offering them in two versions: six and a ten hole. They are also available in two wood choices: walnut and maple. The finish is simply one coat of tung oil for protection. They are not waxed so you can feel free to add additional finish if desired. The holes are tapered to give a more secure fit to the chisels and the racks will accept the majority of currently available chisels. They really like to hold Blue Spruce Toolworks' chisels! They are perfect for easy mounting to a wall or inside a cabinet; you will just need to drill the mounting holes to fit your application.  If you need a quick solution for hanging up your chisels, these may be just the ticket. There will also be a few of the original first run chisel holders available on the specials page of the website when I get a chance to post them. These have slightly different dimensions and six or nine holes.

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