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Upholstery Nails

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GRP31141
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90% of 100

Save time and give your upholstery a great look with your choice of Upholstery Nails! Using Upholstery Nails eliminates sewing time yet gives your project the hold it needs to keep any fabric, even leather, from slipping or moving. Both styles come in an attractive brass with your choice of a hammered head in antique brass or a plain head in dull brass.


Features:
  • Saves time by eliminating sewing
  • Holds fabrics, even leather, tight to your project
  • Use a rubber mallet to drive the nails
  • Choose from two brass styles: hammered head in antique brass or a plain head in dull brass
(100) Upholstery Nails
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Weight 0.2300
Tech Spec
  • 7/16" Diameter Head
  • 1/2" long nail stem
  • 1/32" pilot holes are recommended for best application success
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plain head tacks used on pirate type chests I make
I make copies of old pirate chests that had steel flats around chests to strenghthen the chest, I use steel banding that comes around heavy shipping pallets or containers, pre-drill 1/16th holes every inch, and use the plain head tacks to simulate heavy rivets
March 19, 2017
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
Chair seat replacement
I chose these nails for a seat replacement project in a rocking chair. The looks was important to the owner (my Mother-In-Law) so I wanted it to be sturdy and yet meet with her approval for appearance. The finish on these nails met the mark! Easy to handle and sent in straight even though my hammer skills are quite rusty. Good product and looks great!
May 12, 2015
Purchased
over 4 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
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plaques
steven g on Jul 24, 2018
Matches nails
William W on Jul 14, 2018
plaques
steven g on Jul 24, 2018
I have a chair to reupholster and will these nails. Also for future projects.
Carla A on Jul 16, 2018
Matches nails
William W on Jul 14, 2018
Repairing a chair
nancey l on Jun 24, 2018
Better than the plain.
Marilyn M L on Jun 1, 2018
matched another chair that was finished with these types of nails.
connie c on May 3, 2018
to nail on the seat I just bought ???
Ronald K on Jan 30, 2018
repair
Stephen B on Oct 23, 2017
good company--good products-easy on line ordering
armond h on Oct 22, 2017
I need the nails to install the fiber seat to the antique rocker.
Carl A Johnson J on Oct 10, 2017
Needed
Steve on Sep 13, 2017
USED ROCKLER FOR MANY YEARS PREVIOUS, JUST RETIRED AND STARTED SOME NEW PROJECTS, THAT WERE SHELVED FOR A LONG TIME, HAVE TO GET NEW SUPPLIES TO UPDATE MY SHOP !
chuckie on Feb 22, 2017
Repairing an antique chair
Robert S on Jul 10, 2016
Needed to install the fiber seats, below!
Gerald W. B on May 2, 2016
we like the looks of the nails
Jim on Apr 23, 2016
Good
Tim T on Apr 10, 2016
nice look
Clint K on Feb 22, 2016
Appropriate for the current project
Bates N on Feb 2, 2016
furniture restoration
Patrice F on Oct 10, 2015
Wanted to match nails which were on original chair.
Richard k on Sep 25, 2015
I have a chair to reupholster and will these nails. Also for future projects.
Carla A on Jul 16, 2018
Repairing a chair
nancey l on Jun 24, 2018
How do you get these nails in plyboard ? Mine keep bending .i made a upholstery headboard and need them to go threw the foam into the board
A shopper on May 16, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I used them in a hardwood chair and had to hold the wire part of the nail with a needle nose pliers. If the nail was not square to the surface the nail would bend. Must also hit the head dead center. I used a tack hammer so I could see. Anyway you cut it is a pain in the --- . Good luck! Ken
I'm replacing tacks on a chair because the tacks are rusted...Will these rust?
Linda S on Jan 6, 2019
BEST ANSWER: mine have not and they are brass, I don't think brass rust. they bend easy so use needle nose plyers to hold them while hammering in
I have been looking for upholstery nails for replacement on leather seat
on rocking chair. They look like a flower or daisy?
L A on Oct 31, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I used 30 of the dark brown tacks. None bent. use needle nose to hold if needed.
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