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Rubber Mallet – Wood Handle 240oz (12 pcs)

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A rubber mallet with a wood handle is a hand tool characterized by a head made of rubber, typically attached to a handle made of wood. This type of mallet is designed for various applications, including woodworking, construction, and automotive tasks. The rubber head provides a soft striking surface, minimizing damage to delicate materials while still delivering effective force. The wooden handle offers a comfortable grip and allows for controlled and precise strikes when necessary. This tool is commonly used in situations where a softer impact is required, such as assembling furniture or tapping objects into place without causing surface damage.

1. Material: Rubber

2. Wood handle

3. Packed by paper tag

KSh 9,500.00 KSh 10,000.00

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Rubber Mallet Uses

  1. Woodworking:
    • Assembling furniture: The soft rubber head helps to join pieces together without damaging the wood.
    • Tapping wooden joints: Used for coaxing dovetails, mortise and tenon joints, or other connections into place.
  2. Construction:
    • Setting tiles: The rubber mallet is effective for gently tapping tiles into position without breaking or cracking them.
    • Assembling or disassembling formwork: It’s commonly used in concrete construction for setting up and removing formwork.
  3. Automotive:
    • Installing or removing rubber or plastic parts: The rubber mallet can be used to tap parts into place without causing damage.
    • Aligning body panels: Gentle tapping with a rubber mallet can help align and adjust body panels during vehicle repairs.
  4. Metalworking:
    • Forming sheet metal: The rubber mallet can be used to shape and form sheet metal without causing dents or scratches.
    • Adjusting machinery: Tapping metal components into alignment without damaging them.
  5. General household tasks:
    • DIY projects: Suitable for various tasks around the home where a softer impact is required.
    • Home improvement: Used for tasks such as installing baseboards, adjusting door frames, or assembling furniture.
  6. Arts and Crafts:
    • Leatherworking: Gentle tapping with a rubber mallet can be useful in leathercraft.
    • Sculpting: When working with softer materials like clay, a rubber mallet can be used to shape and mold.
  7. Masonry:
    • Setting bricks or pavers: The rubber mallet helps in adjusting and leveling without causing chipping or breakage.
  8. Carpentry:
    • Fine adjustments: Useful for making precise adjustments without causing damage to delicate surfaces.
SKU: AHS97876 Category:

size

24OZ

Safety Precautions

  1. Wear Personal Protective Equipment (PPE):
    • Use safety glasses to protect your eyes from potential debris or splinters.
    • If you’re working in a noisy environment, consider using hearing protection.
  2. Inspect the Mallet:
    • Before use, check the rubber head for any signs of damage, such as cracks or deformities. Also, inspect the wood handle for splinters or cracks.
    • Ensure that the head is securely attached to the handle.
  3. Choose the Right Size:
    • Select a mallet with an appropriate head size and weight for the task at hand. Using a mallet that is too heavy may result in loss of control.
  4. Use the Right Striking Surface:
    • Be mindful of the surface you’re striking. A rubber mallet is designed for softer impacts, so avoid using it on hard surfaces that could cause the rubber to bounce back unexpectedly.
  5. Proper Grip:
    • Hold the mallet near the end of the handle for better control and accuracy.
    • Ensure a firm grip but avoid gripping too tightly, as this can lead to hand fatigue or loss of control.
  6. Mind Your Surroundings:
    • Be aware of your surroundings and the presence of others. Ensure there is enough space to work safely without accidentally striking objects or people.
  7. Use Controlled Strikes:
    • Employ controlled and accurate strikes to minimize the risk of unintended impacts or accidents.
    • Avoid swinging the mallet with excessive force, especially when working with delicate materials.
  8. Secure Workpieces:
    • If possible, secure the workpiece in a stable position to prevent movement during striking.
  9. Avoid Bouncing:
    • Do not bounce the mallet off the work surface, as this can result in loss of control and potential injury.
  10. Follow Manufacturer’s Recommendations:
    • Adhere to any guidelines or recommendations provided by the manufacturer for the specific mallet you are using.
  11. Training:

If you are new to using a rubber mallet, seek guidance or training to ensure proper technique and safety awareness

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