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Depending on your geographical location it may be called a Starting Iron or Putting Iron. This iron is used for placing either cotton or oakum in the seam.
Standard profile for working around awkward places such as garboard seams.
For working king planks, joggles, curved seams and hood ends.
This has a single crease 1/8" (3mm) with a radius edge for hardening down cotton.
Single crease 3/16'' (4.5cm) with radius edge for hardening down Oakum.
5 Irons made in Tool Steel. These irons have a bevelled head and a sharper working end on all three making irons. The two hardening irons for Cotton and Oakum remain the same.
In addition to the standard Caulking Irons, we make and stock bigger Making Irons and Double Crease Irons. These are usually for large M.F.V.'s and Baltic Boats.
These are a genuine English beech carpenters mallet which to save you some money they can be used for caulking cotton.