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Non-Marring Mallets

Non-Marring Mallets

Choose a nonmarring mallet with a soft face to help minimize damage to your workpiece. A broad face at both ends of the head spreads out the force over a larger area than a standard hammer. Nonmarring mallets are commonly used in woodworking, jewelry-making, and automotive body repair applications.

General Purpose

Pick up one of these versatile nonmarring mallets to have on hand for a range of light- to medium duty tasks.

Fiberglass Handle

Polyurethane over Steel Handle

Steel Handle

Wood Handle

Dead Blow

Metal shot or sand has been added to the head of these dead blow mallets to make it heavier and less likely to rebound when striking surfaces. This provides more control during striking, reduces risk of damaging the workpiece, and focuses the force where it's needed.

Fiberglass Handle

Rubber over Steel Handle

Urethane over Steel Handle

Replaceable Face

Replace the removable faces on these nonmarring mallets when the faces become worn or broken, or swap out the current faces for ones made of a softer or harder material to adapt the tool for a range of applications. (Replacement faces are sold separately.)

Replaceable Face Dead Blow

Remove the faces on these replaceable-face dead blow nonmarring mallets to exchange them with new faces when the current faces become worn or damaged or to replace them with different faces made of a softer or harder material to adapt the tool for a range of tasks. (Replacement faces sold separately.) The heads of these mallets have been filled with metal shot or sand to add weight and help prevent rebound when striking a surface, which makes the mallet easier to control, reduces risk of damaging the workpiece, and focuses the force where it's needed.

Rubber over Aluminum Handle

Rubber over Steel Handle

Aluminum Handle

Composite Handle

Steel Handle

Wood Handle

Replaceable Face Sets

Keep a variety of replaceable faces on hand with these sets, which allow you to replace the face of your mallet when it becomes worn or broken, or to swap out the current face for one made of a softer or harder material.

Wood Handle

Nonsparking

Made from nonferrous materials such as nickel, aluminum, and bronze, these nonsparking mallets help minimize the risk of the tool generating a spark while in use. They are useful in environments that contain flammable solvents, liquids, vapors, dusts, or residues.

Fiberglass Handle