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Painters Nib Files Set Of Three is rated 4.6667 out of 5 by 6.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from What the doctor ordered I am a mechanic(45plus years). I paint a car(for myself) about once every 15years or so. Well I painted my Miata and wouldn't you know it, I had a few runs. This new two part paint dries like metal and a quick sanding was out of the question. I purchased these nibblers and they did a fine job(even if I didn't). They are mounted on sturdy wood blocks and are really nice.I am glad I came across these little tools.They saved the day for me. Ordering from eastwood went well and they shipped fast.I have purchased from eastwood in the past and I will in the future. These would be a great addition to any ones shop.
Date published: 2015-02-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Fine Nib File - This is a great file. Before this file I was using the old school razor blade method. Its risky and you can cuts edges if your not careful. The fine nib file works great and it tends to leave the flat paint alone. It just focuses on the mound. Just make to to push in the direction as indicated on top. Curved Nib File - Just as good as the flat, however gets those curved areas that the flat can't. Course Nib File - Only use on heavy runs or anything else major. This one takes a lot of material off quickly. Great tool but just be careful. Very happy with product. Its not much to these tools. Wish the price was about $10 cheaper. Nothing else like it out there though.
Date published: 2014-05-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The most important tool for DIY painters I have to admit, I was a little skeptical when I bought these because I was worried they would scratch the surface too much. But after using these, I was blown away. Took the runs and nibs right out of the paint in minutes. I mean BAD runs. I used 2000 grit instead of 1500 and it removed the shaved parts of the clear coat just fine. Took my time and the finish was great. I also used it to repair a cracking section of clear coat by shaving to better clear, sanding, and blending with new clearcoat and U-Pol clear welder. Worked great. I use the fine files for just about everything. If you want to smooth out paint runs that you are re-shooting, use the coarse file, and then prime/paint. Don't use the curved file on anything other than a slightly curved panel. You probably won't use that file much at all, if at all.
Date published: 2012-12-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good product Nibbers did better than I thought they would. Takes a little practice but handy to have and they work great.
Date published: 2013-04-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nib files These are great little painters helpers works very well.
Date published: 2014-11-10
Rated 4 out of 5 by from mostly good The only thing I do not like is when using the finest nib file be very careful it will scratch deeply into the paint at both sides of the file.
Date published: 2013-11-21
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Painters Nib Files Set Of Three

Item #34003 Brand: Steck Manufacturing Company Inc

Dress-down hardened high spots; finish with wet/dry sandpaper


3-Pc. Painter's Nib Set fixes paint drips and sags quickly Nibs save you time and work by dressing down hardened high spots in your paint job.
  • Fine Painter's Nib File
  • Coarse Painter's Nib File
  • Curved Painter's Nib File

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About Painters Nib Files Set Of Three

Dress down hardened paint high spots, then finish the repair with wet/dry sandpaper. Nib files are mounted on wooden blocks to act as handles. You get 3 painter's nib files, at a savings over individual pricing.


34000 Fine Painter's Nib File
34001 Coarse Painter's Nib File
34002 Curved Painter's Nib File


Honed tips "shave" without digging in. For best results, allow a day to pass after the initial cut for the solvents to evaporate. Then cut the drip or run down to just slightly above the surrounding surface. Gently sand the repair using 1500-grit sandpaper and polish.

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