5 Tips For Choosing The Perfect Spring Clamps For DIYers
(EMAILWIRE.COM, November 28, 2014 ) Carrollton, Georgia -- In many places around the world the DIY craze is in full bloom. Many people trying to save money and fix up things on their own or with a partner, will soon no doubt be looking for the perfect hand tools for all types of craft, woodworking and DIY projects.
Rapps, a leading supplier of heavy duty Spring clamps, interviewed over 25 local DIYers to find out what kind of hand tools they used the most. "Many do-it-yourselfers surveyed were uninterested in trying out a new hand tool, though several discussed an interest in finding a hand tool that could do more than one thing," Lynn Bryant of Rapps noted. "It seems like they really wanted help discovering something new but were a bit unsure in trying something new even though it may be a tool that has been around practically forever like the handy spring clamp."
So, to help tool gifters this upcoming holiday season, Rapps used the information they got from the DIYer's to come up with these 5 tips about Spring Clamps (aka, muslin clamps):
1. Versatility -
Spring clamps can be used for many different kinds of DIY, crafting, woodworking, or photography jobs, as well as for hanging up tarps, securing glue joints, sticking pictures to a mounting board, etc. Literally there are hundreds of other jobs that can be completed with use of a spring clamp.
2. Practicality -
Today's consumer often needs products that they can use every day, over and over, that are very versatile and have more than one use, like the spring clamp.
3. Longevity -
Muslin clamps are made in a variety of materials from metal to plastic. Many are made of strong plastic and have a sturdy design. At the same time they are also lightweight, and strong allowing the user to control the amount of pressure they need to apply.
4. Transportable -
The muslin clamp is a small hand tool that can easily be carried from job to job and can also be used inside or outside.
5. Ease of Use -
Using a spring clamp is quite easy. Simply place the open jaws of the spring clamps over the object you are attaching the clamp to and then close the clamping jaws by releasing the handles.
One crafter that recently tested these spring clamps had this to say about them "These clamps are a nice substantial size, 6in long, and they are unbelievably strong. They apply some intense clamp pressure when needed. Best of all, they are inexpensive too."
Rapps, a subsidiary of a larger business based in Carrollton, GA, is a growing presence in the retail and consumer goods industry which has been selling various products online for over 14 years, now including 6 inch spring clamps
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