Wood plugs for furniture. Direct furniture from the source
Wood Plugs For Furniture
- (Wood Plug) A small circular piece of wood used for a finished appearance and covering drilled holes on newels, handrails and treads.
- (Wood Plug) A flat round wooden plug usually 1" in diameter, used to plug the holes bored for concealed fasteners.
- (Wood Plug) a circular wooden element utilized to refill a circular hole bored into a wooden component. The grain direction and attributes of a wood plug match those of the component receiving the plug.
- Small accessories or fittings for a particular use or piece of equipment
- furnishings that make a room or other area ready for occupancy; "they had too much furniture for the small apartment"; "there was only one piece of furniture in the room"
- Large movable equipment, such as tables and chairs, used to make a house, office, or other space suitable for living or working
- A person's habitual attitude, outlook, and way of thinking
- Furniture is the mass noun for the movable objects ('mobile' in Latin languages) intended to support various human activities such as seating and sleeping in beds, to hold objects at a convenient height for work using horizontal surfaces above the ground, or to store things.
- Furniture + 2 is the most recent EP released by American post-hardcore band Fugazi. It was recorded in January and February 2001, the same time that the band was recording their last album, The Argument, and released in October 2001 on 7" and on CD.
wood plugs for furniture - SlimLine 2243
SlimLine 2243 Flat Plug 8-Foot Extension Cord, 3-Wire, Black
SlimLine 2243 Flat Plug Extension Cord, 3-Wire, Black, 8-Foot. Slimline household extension cords are here to Solve problems. They have a space-saving design with safety Solutions to daily problems. Never trip over a cord sticking out straight from a wall. Now your cord will hug the wall nicely. It allows the user to safely place furniture against the baseboard. The plug is angled so it does not block the other outlet. recommended for clocks, lamps, holiday lighting, and other indoor uses. It is UL listed.SlimLine keeps your cord close to the wallLets you push furniture close to the wall out of your wayDesigned for clocks, lamps, lighting, and other indoor usesIndustry Approval is UL listed
Clouds of Pearl
Pearlstone Warehouse 1600, 1602, 1622 Pearlstone (aka Mays Avenue) and 3200 Hickory Streets Dallas, Texas 75226 Article from "Dallas Daily Times Herald" dated October 25, 1921, page 6, column 3. ELEVATOR FIRE CAUSES LOSS OF $75,000 Fire believed to have been caused by spontaneous combustion totally destroyed the Pearlstone Mill and Elevator company's plant at Mays and Hickory Streets early Tuesday morning, entailing a loss estimated at $75,000. Hard work on the part of city firemen prevented the flame from spreading to adjoining property. The fire was discovered by a night watchman. By the time the fire apparatus arrived, the building, a four-story wood and tin structure, was a mass of flames. J. H. Pearlstone, owner, estimated his loss to be $75,000. He was unable to state the amount of insurance. A general alarm brought out all available fire apparatus. Fire engines were stationed at plugs for several blocks around the burning structure, ready to begin the battle against the flames should they spread to adjoining property. Prevent Spread of Flames. Lines of hose were laid to the houses in a Negro settlement close by, and the firemen worked hard to prevent fire spreading from sparks and huge pieces of burning timber lighting on the roofs of houses. The fire was prevented from spreading to the warehouse adjoining the main elevator. The building caught fire several times, but the flames were extinguished before they could gain any headway. Huge piles of grain were left burning after the walls and roof of the elevator were destroyed and two companies of fire fighters were left on duty when the main force of the department was sent back to their respective stations. Fire Spectacular. The fire was one of the most spectacular that has occurred in Dallas for some time. The blaze ran high and smoke rolled in great banks. Switch engines in the Santa Fe yards sounded a continuous call. Hundreds of persons, aroused from their sleep, rushed to the scene scantily clad. The streets for blocks around the burning building were crowded with household furniture, carried out by the owners when it looked as if the entire settlement would go up in flames.
More random bits from the haul this night. I'd seen both, and occasionally wondered back to why there were paint guns in the tool aisle, and seemingly different ones in the paint aisle. Now that I needed a paint gun I dove into them to research. The ones in the tool aisle connect to compressors and are used a lot by those painting auto bodies and such. The ones in the paint section have pumps built in. You just fill their containers with paint, plug them into an outlet, and pull the trigger. They're made for deck, house, fence, and furniture painting typically, and can handle thicker things like latex paint. The tool aisle offerings are more equivalent to airbrushes. My compressor is 2 gallon. None of the tool aisle items would work below about 6gal, so they were out. I'm rather glad to have the Wagner, though. It is *crazy* loud, unfortunately, so I'm going to have narrow windows of time when I can use it with 3 neighbors within 20 yards on 3 sides of where I'll be working. The compressor-based guns work around 90PSI, while the one I got here is 1800PSI, and some other pump-based sprayers were well over 2000PSI. The difference is that the PSI is immediately used, not stored, and the pump is continuously on while spraying. Also in the photo: outdoor caulk (for sealing up the shed as I build it), caulk gun, string, stakes, and a bubble level for staking out level lines for cutting the pressure treated wood to form a level base on the cement pads, shop towels, some star-drive deck screws for joining this deck together (where I'm not using Kreg pocket screws), a big jug of wood preservative, and a tiny ratcheting screwdriver for the TV stand project I'm currently finishing up. I can' barely get to the internal hinges, but with this thing, it was a breeze.
wood plugs for furniture
Chenille Kraft Company Products - Glue Gun, Trigger Style, Includes 3 Glue Sticks, Assorted - Sold as 1 EA
Mini-Glue Gun melts glue at 220 degrees F for safer use by young children. Uses 5/16" diameter glue sticks for quick repairs, toys and models, furniture, wood crafts and more. Plugs into any standard 120 volt electrical outlet. U.L. approved. Comes with three glue sticks. For ages 3 and up.
Sold as 1 EA
Manufacturer: Chenille Kraft Company
Total percentage of recycled content: 0
Post Consumer Waste: 0
Country of origin: TW