CK Tools :) The professionals choice when it comes to Electrical Tools
This official sponsor may provide discounts for members

Discuss Renovating old tools etc in the Electrical Forum area at ElectriciansForums.net

Pete999

-
Arms
Esteemed
Welcome to ElectriciansForums.net - The American Electrical Advice Forum
Head straight to the main forums to chat by click here:  American Electrical Advice Forum

Does anyone know where I can get replacement insulated handles for Pliers, cutters etc, got this itch about renovating stuff I have bought from a boot sale, got to have something to do now I have given up on making all things bird related, nest boxes etc, any pointers would be appreciated, and Oh yes I am a Tool Tart just in case you wondered.
 
Aico 3000 Range
This official sponsor may provide discounts for members

SparkyChick

Mod
Mentor
Arms
Esteemed
Not sure about handles, but you can certainly get a rubber compound in a can that you can dip the handles in.
 

Pete999

-
Arms
Esteemed
  • Thread Starter Thread Starter
  • #3
Not sure about handles, but you can certainly get a rubber compound in a can that you can dip the handles in.
Thanks SC
 

SparkyChick

Mod
Mentor
Arms
Esteemed
Thanks SC
Welcome :) I've been racking my brains trying to remember what it's called. The only name that springs to mind is Plastidip, but I've got a feeling that's an American plastic coating in a can and not a rubberised grip product.
 
D

Deleted member 26818

To be VDE rated, the tool as a whole has to be tested.
 
D

Deleted member 26818

Yes I realise that Spin, just wanted to do a bit of renovation, not for resale or stuff like that.
Wasn’t saying you were.
My post was aimed at Dusty’s post.
In the past, I’ve used Heat shrink for handles.
Not particularly good, but does offer some protection.
 
S

Squid

Yes I realise that Spin, just wanted to do a bit of renovation, not for resale or stuff like that.
Use some rope like this guy, instead of tape maybe use heat shrink.

 
Does anyone know where I can get replacement insulated handles for Pliers, cutters etc, got this itch about renovating stuff I have bought from a boot sale, got to have something to do now I have given up on making all things bird related, nest boxes etc, any pointers would be appreciated, and Oh yes I am a Tool Tart just in case you wondered.
Not related to insulated handles Pete but have you considered de-rusting by electrolysis ? Its satisfying getting the rust off old tools and bringing em back to life, note that carbon annodes make life easier !
 

Pete999

-
Arms
Esteemed
  • Thread Starter Thread Starter
  • #11
Not related to insulated handles Pete but have you considered de-rusting by electrolysis ? Its satisfying getting the rust off old tools and bringing em back to life, note that carbon annodes make life easier !
No I hadn't considered that Mate, thanks, of I can source new handles I may give it a try, thanks for the heads up.
 
Change of diet possibly a gym subscription try eating food high in magnesium and shes good to go also a good fat source like good quality butter will elevate testosterone levels.

*Watermelon is high in Arginine and we all know what that can do..
 
S

Squid

Change of diet possibly a gym subscription try eating food high in magnesium and shes good to go also a good fat source like good quality butter will elevate testosterone levels.

*Watermelon is high in Arginine and we all know what that can do..
I think Pete want to polish a tool of a different sort and not his "chrome dome" Tes369
 

Richard Burns

-
Mentor
Arms
Esteemed
There used to eb someone n the Uk that sold the dipping plastci, but that was about 20 years agao.
Perhaps moldable glue might be a (rather costly) solution, make some shaping moulds from other handles, wrap the glue round the tool handle and enclose in the (wet) mould, then leave to set. Not practical perhaps. Could do the same with silicone sealant.
 

Pete999

-
Arms
Esteemed
  • Thread Starter Thread Starter
  • #15
There used to eb someone n the Uk that sold the dipping plastci, but that was about 20 years agao.
Perhaps moldable glue might be a (rather costly) solution, make some shaping moulds from other handles, wrap the glue round the tool handle and enclose in the (wet) mould, then leave to set. Not practical perhaps. Could do the same with silicone sealant.
thanks mate
 

Timbo

-
Arms
Supporter
Esteemed

Pete999

-
Arms
Esteemed
  • Thread Starter Thread Starter
  • #18
 

Pete999

-
Arms
Esteemed
  • Thread Starter Thread Starter
  • #20
That's OK, George.
So sort Timbo apologies for error, must be the vino, but thanks anyway may give it a try, when I get some more old tools. Befoe I conduct an exhaustive google search from the info your post highlighted, have you any idea of any suppliers?
 
Last edited:

Timbo

-
Arms
Supporter
Esteemed
Direct from that website, Amazon, Ebay.
 

Pete999

-
Arms
Esteemed
  • Thread Starter Thread Starter
  • #22
Direct from that website, Amazon, Ebay.
Cheers
 
Electrical2Go - Online Electrical Supplier
This official sponsor may provide discounts for members

Reply to Renovating old tools etc in the Electrical Forum area at ElectriciansForums.net

Aico Carbon Monoxide Detectors
This official sponsor may provide discounts for members
Top Bottom