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Prep tools from purdy

Published: 7 September 2018

Designed with convenience and durability in mind, Purdy

 

prep tools can be trusted to perform on the toughest projects. The range of Putty and Joint Knives features high quality, carbon steel blades to make prep quick and easy. The full-length tang, which extends from the tip of the blade through the length of the handle, provides durability, while the hammer end adds versatility. For toolkit essentials, Purdy's range of multi-tools have been designed to provide a wide range of features to make all key prep tasks easier. Encompassing screw drivers, scrapers, nail pullers, bottle, can openers and more, multi-tools allow the user to keep their toolkit light and succinct.

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