QuickWood Announces Sale on Wood Distressing Equipment

Saluting the AWFS® Fair, prices of their top-selling equipment used to give wood a weathered look are reduced by 15 percent. Visit http://www.quickwood.com.

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A recognized leader in the development and refinement of wood distressing equipment and supplies.

Pensacola, FL (PRWEB) July 24, 2013

Woodworking supplier QuickWood Inc. has announced it will mark this week’s AWFS® Fair in Las Vegas by offering a 15-percent discount on all purchases. This includes both wood crafting tools and heavy duty industrial equipment.

The discount applies to new orders through the end of this month.

“The Association of Woodworking & Furnishings Suppliers (AWFS) Fair is a showcase of all that’s best in the industry,” says QuickWood spokesman Jacob Malherbe. “We are marking this biennial event by offering a special incentive to new and return customers.”

He notes that QuickWood is a recognized leader in the development and refinement of wood distressing equipment and supplies.

“With the release of the CD1 Rustic series, CD6+/600 Heavy series and the most recent CD6+/1300, QuickWood has again demonstrated our ability to meet challenges head on and bring to market equipment perfectly suited to the task,” says Malherbe.

Artificially weathering (“distressing”) wood used in crafting furniture or flooring is increasingly popular, he adds. Sales of his firm’s products are up 25 percent year-to-date. Much of this has to do with the improving economy, but design trends are also a strong factor. Wood distressing equipment comprises about a third of QuickWood’s overall sales, Malherbe says.

“If your project is smaller in nature we also offer hobby tools that accomplish the same excellent results as our big machines. These tools can be mounted on your motor, or we have drill mountable tools for even smaller jobs. Visit http://www.flap-wheels.com for examples.”

For more information, visit QuickWood.com or phone 1-866-888-5858.


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