One aspect of finishing or painting that slows the process down is waiting for a topcoat to dry on one side of a project before it can be applied to the other side. But, chances are, you won’t need to wait anymore if you use Rockler’s new Mini Finishing Points as a means of elevating your project from a work surface. Made of durable plastic with structural ribs for added strength, the tips of these Finishing Points are narrow and rounded, in order to minimize contact with a freshly finished surface and to reduce the chances of marring the wood. They come with brad nails for anchoring them to a work surface in whatever configuration your project requires. Once tacked in place, they also can be rotated to fine-tune their position; they pry loose with a hammer when the finishing task is completed. Or, for a longer-term finishing station, these Points will fit into any T-track that accepts 5/16-in. T-bolts. And, they nest together for convenient storage.
Sold in packs of a dozen for $7.99, Rockler’s Mini Finishing Points (item 58020) come in a reusable plastic storage canister.