George Charles2021-10-20T14:18:50+00:00Fibreglass lasts a long time but it can become coloured, shiny or dull. It will need to be gel coated every 5 years to keep it in the best possible condition.
How do you maintain fibreglass handles?
George Charles2021-10-20T14:18:56+00:00Fibreglass doesn't require much maintenance but you can give it a wipe down to get rid of any dirt or grime. However, you should examine your fibreglass handle to make sure there are no cracks because the sun can cause this to happen over time.
What is a fibreglass handle?
George Charles2021-10-20T14:19:01+00:00Fiberglass handles are designed for a variety of implements, including shovels, rakes, hoes, pruners and post hole diggers.
Is an axe with fibreglass handle stronger than wood?
George Charles2021-10-20T14:19:08+00:00Fibreglass handles are stronger and take more punishment than wooden handles. They are more expensive but definitely worth it.
What are the different types of axe?
George Charles2021-10-20T14:19:14+00:00Tactical Axe, grub axe, felling axe, forest axe, hudson bay axe, hatchet, splitting maul, broad axe, carpenters axe, miner’s axe, double bit axe, viking axe, tomahawk, pickaxe, roofing axe, hunters axe, throwing axe, crash axe and the adze.
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