June 18, 2010

Pimp Your Nailguns - Paslode Skins

paslode_Nail_the_Cure.jpgIn order to tell our tools from all of the other ones on the job site, we usually hit them with some marking spray paint. It's not pretty, but it works. Paslode has come up with another more refined way to personalize your tools (or at least your Paslode guns), and that's with their skins.

The skins are essentially decals to dress up and personalize your Paslode guns (sort of like a spoiler on a car). It turns out that they have a bunch of different patterns, one of which helps fight breast cancer. 25% of the proceeds of the Let's Nail the Cure decal gets donated to the Susan G. Komen For the Cure Organization. We went and checked out the Komen site and there's quite a bit of information there if there ever does come a time when you or someone you know gets diagnosed with breast cancer.

So swallow your manly-man pride, turn your favorite framing gun pink, and give to the cause.

At The Paslode Outlet

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Posted by Doug Mahoney at June 18, 2010 5:00 AM

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