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Sand Blasting

Does anyone offer sandblasting services on Salt Spring? I have a dining room set that needs refinishing. Thanks! Rick

August 4, 2019


PICO iStick 75W

Excellent condition, bought new for around $160 and only used a handful of times. Comes with everything except charger, uses a regular USB charger.

August 4, 2019


B&D 7 1/4″ commercial skillsaw

Old heavy-duty Black&Decker skill saw beast, works fine, comes with a couple of extra blades, has a nice long cord I put on years ago. […]

August 3, 2019

45,00 obo.

Surgrip 56 slide-hammer nail puller

Latest offering is an old nail puller manufactured by Bridgeport foundry, functional and in good shape for its age, a great addition to any tool […]

August 3, 2019
Sold 20190802_152842


Rigid Shopvac 5hp 12gallon

Rigid shopvac lightly used 5hp 12gallon has all hoses and adaptors

August 3, 2019
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Sold 20190802_153907


Makita oscillating power tool like new with...

Makita oscillating power tool like new with new blade

August 3, 2019


Brush hog

Good brush hog. Works well. Would have to transport yourself.

August 3, 2019


8′ aluminum ladder

Selling an 8′ aluminum ladder. It’s in good shape, but the extension arm on the left side needs a new bolt attaching it to the […]

August 3, 2019

$50 0bo

5 hp 3 phase electric motor

5 hp toshiba industrial quality motor

August 3, 2019



a weedeater that needs attention. will run but presumably needs carb cleaning. good for parts

August 3, 2019
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WAXMASTER W6000 -6 inch Random Orbit Waxer/Polisher New condition

August 2, 2019


Makita sawzall

Makita avt sawzall works good has a couple minor issues switch broken but still functional, blade occasionally pops out. Comes with case

August 1, 2019


30ft. trouble light

Trouble light with 30 ft. cord. No breaks, cuts or abrasions on cord. Seldom used. (other extension cords in photo not included).

July 31, 2019


7 1/4″ skill saw

7 1/4″ Tool Shop skill saw. 120V., 10 A. Used twice.

July 31, 2019
Sold 20190626_154310


In Line Duct Fan 6″

6″ In Line Duct Fan..Like New Condition..basically never used..prefer text enquiries to 250-221-0267 or email

July 29, 2019
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Porter Cable Profile Sander

Porter Cable Profile Sander..in Very Good condition..guides for all types of profiles/contours..some extra sanding paper…original manual and case…prefer text enquiries to 250-221-0267 or email

July 29, 2019


Piano Hinges

PRICE REDUCED: 2 Very Good Nickel Plated piano hinges (probably never used)..1 is 56″ long & 1 is 45″ long …take both for $15..prefer text […]

July 29, 2019


Chuck Wagon Dinner Gong

Early rustic old iron triangle dinner gong..each leg 14 inches long..5/8 inch diameter..weighs 7 lbs..

July 28, 2019
Sold belt sander


Belt Sander

Makita 4 x 24 belt sander Model 11AMP9403 Never Used Comes with spare belts and belt cleaner Please phone if interested

July 27, 2019

100 obo.

Two vintage dovetail saws

Up for grabs are two dovetail/miter saws. The smaller one is a ca.’ 30’s Spear & Jackson 10″, brass-backed,16TPI, straight with some slight surface pitting […]

July 26, 2019
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Red cooler with 2 wheels, 2 grab handles and 1 tow handle. Excellent condition.

July 26, 2019
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Blue Igloo 70 Litre Cooler with: 2 large wheels, 2 grab handles, 1 tow handle. Excellent condition.

July 26, 2019


Cobbler’s triple last/anvil

Up for consideration is this antique triple last, research suggests early 20th century cast iron, no marks or numbers though, awesome door-stop, book end, or […]

July 26, 2019
Sold IMG_3077


Table saw and band saw

Busy Bee staionary tools, as is. Table saw runs on 115/230 volts and is generally a pretty reasonable saw but the blade does not lower […]

July 26, 2019
Sold IMG_0857


Makita Leaf Blower

Brand new in box. Never opened. Bought as a kit and I kept the other pieces. Retail price is $398.00 plus taxes. Takes 2 18v […]

July 25, 2019
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Vintage Retro Style Ladder

60s era heavy duty two piece commercial grade wood ladder..great shape..Originated from the Vancouver docks..12ft extends to 24ft..Excellent loft ladder or??..$150

July 25, 2019
Sold A7C87B47-910D-448C-A137-A6C15E4A935D


Pressure washer

Gas powered pressure washer….Simoniz Platinum. 3000 psi. Cost $700 used twice Home Friday….

July 24, 2019
Sold Sale Pending 67365844_10162384292165093_590808563002114048_n


Cutting torch with regulators

Purchased secondhand and haven’t been able to use it. Comes with smaller separate tip that hooks onto the main unit.

July 24, 2019
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