Horton Brasses is selling off its stock of Tremont cut nails at a significant discount – 50 percent to 70 percent off depending on the type of nail.
You can start shopping here or read on.
Basically, Horton has slashed prices so most of its stock of cut nails are $6 a pound, with the exception of the expensive cut headless brads, which are $6 for 1/4 lb. (still a good price).
Among the highlights (for me):
- 8d (2-1/2”) rosehead clench nails, great for assembling casework.
- 2d, 4d and 6d fine finish nails, great for assembling casework when you don’t want the head as prominent.
- The cut headless brads mentioned earlier, great for tacking on moulding.
Stock up if your credit card can take it. These prices are rare to encounter for new cut nails.
— Christopher Schwarz, christophermschwarz.com