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Little Hand - Sink Repair
Our undermounted kitchen sink had started to drop down. Found this 2pc set online then located a local dealer who had them in stock. These worked great. I was able to lower the sink onto these about 6 inches or so from the counter which allowed me to be able to clean the sink lip of all old sealant, reseal, then lift straight back into place. I was glad I didn't have to remove the sink completely. Would definitely recommend for anyone, such as a plumber, who fix sinks link this on a regular basis.
Good job, Kevin! Thanks for sharing.
Peel & Stick Tape Width
Love this tape but I wish this would come in 1/2 wide for the Dewalt table saws
Thanks, Lou, I'll pass this along.
Izzy's Track Guide - As good as my track saw
I purchased the track guide from Amazon after seeing Izzy's YouTube video. Also purchased the 48 inch safe cut rail the rail is dead straight and the anti slip on the bottom is a great idea. I installed my dewalt cordless circular saw and now make very straight cuts. I intend to make a mount for my router and jig saw. I recommend it!!!
Love hearing this. Thanks!
Awesome customer service
I’ve had a Bestfence for a few years and loved it but, just recently, had a small issue and emailed fastcap about it. A reply came within about 30 minutes asking a few questions and then they asked for my address so they could send me a new part. I was shocked when it came the following day. No charge!
We love happy customers! Thanks, Connor.
Kaizen Foam - Better than the rest
This shadow foam is much easier to use and provides a better end product than foam from [other suppliers]. Not only that but it is 18 times cheaper by volume than the competitor. This should be the #1 foam on the market. There are 2 primary advantages. #1 it is thick and can fill the full depth of the tool drawer, this is an engineering control preventing the storage of additional items on top of the foam ensuring things stay neat. #2 it allows for precise depth control of your tool shadows. This enables you to embed tools half way into the foam leaving the tops above the surface of the foam. Not only does this look crisp and professional but it also removes the need for finger holes further improving the appearance.
Very professional finish with the FlushMount Drill Bit System
I build cabinets as a side job and previously I had used a forstner bit to do a similar task but always seemed to have trouble getting the depth right. This tool allows me to set it up 1 time and use it repeatedly and get the exact depth I need. Additionally the FastCap screw covers fit in the hole perfectly. I love it.
Great Saw Hood
We at Tree Care of Lafayette purchased this Saw Hood and it was a great investment. Good quality and does what it's meant to do.
Kaizen Foam - Excellent product
I used this to shadow my tool box for my A&P tools. It was absolutely fantastic to work with. Some people mentioned it could be hard to remove the foam but I found that so long as you watch the videos FastCap made, it worked extremely well! Will definitely be picking more of this up for my larger home tool box! If you’re a sticker for tool accountability as well as organization, get some Kaizen Foam!
FatBoy Pencil - Best woodworking pencil
I bought this last year and it's my go-to pencil every time. I love the thick lead that has not broken on me yet and the sharpener on the cap.
I did lose the eraser this year and I don't see where refills are sold unless there's a standard replacement from another manufacturer. Don't use the eraser a lot but there are times I do need to.
Thanks, Don. Please contact Thomas (email@example.com or 888-443-3748). He’ll take care of it.
BeauClip - Excellent product, BUT
BeauClips hold great, too great. Before final install of side panels in boat I tested a BeauClip on two pieces of 3/4" cypress. Followed instructions - a half inch hole and correct screws. Upon removal, or attempted removal, the "pin" side of the BeauClip pulled off the screws! The problem was that the "socket" side was not allowed to expand adequately to let the pin escape.
Make sure you install the socket on the fiberglass "side", or other thin material. If the pin is attached to the fiberglass, and socket to the plywood, you may have a devil of a time removing it. If you need to hold two thicker pieces together make sure to ream the 1/2" hole a bit to allow the socket to expand.
Thanks for the feedback, Mark!