No-stick Filler Strip

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For easy abalone purfling installation!
The "slick" way to install abalone purfling strips.

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No-stick Filler Strip

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For easy abalone purfling installation!
The "slick" way to install abalone purfling strips.

Rout the ledges along the edge of the guitar, sandwich a no-stick strip between the bindings, and glue and tape them in place. When dry, pull out the no-stick strip and glue the purflings into the channel. Fast and easy!

The strip is .062" x .095" x 36" (1.68mm x 2.41mm x 914mm) and made of non-stick Teflon®.


Product Instructions

How much purfling?

A handy chart for determining how much purfling is needed for the specific parts of dreadnought and 000-style acoustic guitars.

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Filler strip

By Stuart UK from Reading U/K
(Customer's Reviews) Monday, May 05, 2014


An inexpensive invaluable aid in creating a uniform channel for the pearl

Rough!!

By Colin North from Scotland
(Customer's Reviews) Thursday, December 19, 2013


I don't think I have never seen anything so roughly cut - expected to receive item with reasonably clean edges, but they look like a dog's breakfast! Will require more work than making them.

Works great

By Beau Hannam Guitars from Grand Junction, CO 
(Customer's Reviews) Thursday, July 26, 2012


This Teflon stripping work really really well for its intended job of temporary purfling filling to make way for shell. I also use it in rosette making to pull the bwb's tight around the shell. I also use it for various non stick CA glue jobs. Can be reused

Does what it says, but easily damaged

By Fred Hocker from Stockholm, Sweden
(Customer's Reviews) Monday, August 30, 2010


This makes pearl installation a breeze, but I found that even though it does not adhere to glue, great care is required to remove it from the purfling channel without kinking. I might get two tops done with one before I have to replace it.



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