At Bennett Crone we are proud to offer you the line of one of the first companies in the industry to earn ISO 9001 certification, Blum. It has received numerous awards for industrial design in the United States and in Europe. Recently, Blum became the world’s first supplier to the cabinet and furniture industry to meet Europe’s Environmental Management System (EMAS) criteria.
Router bits & Sawblades
Amana is recognized among the leaders in saw blade & router bits manufacturer, consistently producing industrial quality that result in clean, chip-free cuts.
Bennett Crone offers you a wide selection of premium hardware supplies for all your projects! Doors and cabinets hardware, bathroom accessories, decorative hardware accessories. We carry a large selection of quality door levers, knobs, lighting systems, drawer slides and more.
At Bennett Crone we are proud to provide you with a world leader in abrasives technology innovation, offering a complete range of technically superior, high quality abrasives, innovatively designed tools, supplementary products and complete sanding systems. Mirka is a first-class efficiency, surface finish quality and cost effectiveness, even when tackling the most demanding applications.
Every day, woodworkers, professional contractors and do-it-yourselfers reach for the brand they trust most… Titebond.
Titebond promises unsurpassed product quality and technical expertise! Thats what makes it a preferred global choice.
FastCap strives to bring you not only the most innovative, but most practical, relevant tools, and products!
We offer you a variety of tools for your projects and more!
Wood filling can be divided into two basic tasks:
1. Filling voids such as nail holes, chips and dents. Fillers designed strictly for filling voids are thicker, and for one reason or another may not work well for filling grain pores – they may contain particles too large to work into miniscule grain openings, or may not be easily thinned down to a viscosity suitable for the task.
2. Filling the pores of “open grained” woods, like oak and mahogany. Fillers designed strictly for filling grain are thinner, with a consistency often compared to pancake batter. They simply lack the “body” to fill larger voids.