Wooden Newel Replacement - Before and After This happy customer needed a custom wooden newel for her staircase. We provided the perfect product to fit her unique application when a standard, off the shelf item did not work.
Wooden Ballet Barres We supply large dowels for ballet barres in custom sizes at wholesale pricing. We welcome large quantity orders. Many studios prefer the wooden barres to metal because they are classic and are warmer than the metal options. H A Stiles
Wooden Spill Containment Plugs Wooden Spill Containment Plugs have many uses. Tapered wood plugs offer excellent characteristics for temporary containment of leaks from drums, barrels, pipes or other containers. The tapered shape of these plugs allows insertion into the hole and can be pounded in for compression of the diameter to a secure seal. Softer woods such as pine and poplar are typically
H. A. Stiles Celebrates 106 Years in Business H A Stiles Celebrates 106 Years - a milestone in business According to Steve Parrish, Vice President, a dedicated sales team has worked to build Maine’s oldest operating established wood turning company with a national client base that offers consistently fair and honest service to its new and repeat loyal customers. Founded
Wooden Police Batons H.A. Stiles has provided wooden police batons for decades and these were standard issue before the composites and telescoping options of recent years have gained in use. These are still commonly sold as an inexpensive, traditional tool for law enforcement, around the world. Wooden police batons need to be of a strong, dense hardwood and historically
Wood vs. Metal Manicure Sticks Both wooden manicure sticks and metal tools can be used in manicures and pedicures to work on cuticles. Metal manicure sticks tend to have one flat end that is largely used to push the cutical back. Wooden manicure sticks have one flat end and one pointed end. The flat end is used to push back
Orange wood sticks "Orange wood sticks" is another name for wooden manicure sticks. Originally, the sticks were made out of orange wood. Like other manicure sticks, they are tapered at one end and used to push cuticles back. The advantage of these are that they are disposable and, so, are safer to use than metal sticks that are reused.