$5.19 (Average rating from all reviews) Review 1 of 11: Finally bought the putty solvent. Should have done it years ago!. Did the job on almost solid putty and it is now usable. Made the putty almost equal to new.
$34.99 (Average rating from all reviews) Review 1 of 10: Bought the Ash blank for a student of mine. He turned a nice bat over a couple of days and when he had it finished he was out hitting with it the same day.
From $0.14 (Average rating from all reviews) Review 1 of 7: Delivery was on time and the wood was packed to protect it from damage in shipping. I used this wood for candle holder sets. I was pleased with the quality of the wood. There were no unusable areas. I will definitely order wood from Rockler again.
From $18.99 (Average rating from all reviews) Review 1 of 4: Absolutely beautiful. My son was doing a woodworking project for fair and needed them for the "feet" for his table. He won Grand Champion, All around Grand Champion and his table is heading to state fair. The finials were amazing and the wood grain was beautiful!!
From $17.49 (Average rating from all reviews) Review 1 of 2: Project: refinish a 37 year old bathroom sink counter. To do it, I put 1/2 inch molding around the edges of drawers and doors. I then glued cane (from you) on the fronts of each surface. I then painted everything a rich sand color. Then I painted the cain again with a darker color of sand. Finally, I used a chocolat brown glaze on the moldings. I then painted the buns the same way including the glaze and placed them 5 inches in from the outside edge. And voila! My old, tired worn out bath sink counter looks like a new expensive counter. I also changed out the counter top with laminate wich looks like granite and then tile the back splash with porcelin tile that looks 2" travertine. The eye can't tell the counter isn't granite. I put in a new sink along with oil rubbed bronze faucets and...
From $6.00 (Average rating from all reviews) Review 1 of 1: I decided to try my hand at building some locks 100% made from wood. The most important part to the whole lock design are 2 pieces 1/8" thick which must be springy enough to grasp the shackle and lock the padlock. I bought a 1/4" thick piece of ash from Rockler to use for the key spring pieces for the lock. I also used other Rockler products including maple lumber and red padauk from the cut-off box containing exotic hardwoods. The ash worked great for this wood lock!
"Rockler is my only source for fine tools and woodworking supplies. Every item I have purchased from them has been better than I anyone would expect from other suppliers. Thanks to them I have begun the wonderful and rewarding journey into turning, from my lathe to all my turning tools and gadgets, I am a fan. Rockler has enhanced my knowledge and expanded my enthusiasm. They are customer oriented. " -
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