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What are the parts of a gooseneck web stretcher?

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Parts of a gooseneck web stretcher, used to stretch out upholstery webbing; Gooseneck, handle, rubber protection and spikes

A gooseneck web stretcher is a fairly simple tool made up of a handle, gooseneck, spikes and a rubber protection. Find out more about the parts of a gooseneck web stretcher and their purposes by reading our helpful guide below.

Gooseneck web stretcher spikes

Parts of a gooseneck web stretcher; spikes. the spikes grip the webbing to hold it in place whilst it is pulled tight. The gooseneck web stretcher has six spikes in the base of its head. These grip the webbing by piercing it and allow the webbing to be pulled tight.

Gooseneck of a gooseneck web stretcher

Parts of a gooseneck web stretcher; gooseneck. the connector between the handle and the head is almost shaped like a gooseneck and gives the tool leverage to pull the webbing tight The piece between the handle and head is called the gooseneck because it resembles the curve of a goose’s neck.

Rubber protector on a gooseneck web stretcher

Parts of a gooseneck web stretcher; rubber protection. The rubber on the head of the gooseneck web stretcher sits against the object you are upholstering, protecting the wood and stopping the tool from slipping The head of the gooseneck web stretcher has a thin piece of ridged rubber attached to its tip. This piece of rubber sits against the surface of the object you are upholstering and protects it from the stretcher. It also prevents the stretcher from slipping whilst you work.

Handle of a gooseneck web stretcher

Parts of a gooseneck web stretcher; handle. The handle of the gooseneck web stretcher is used to pull the tool down to stretch out the webbing The handle of the gooseneck web stretcher is pulled down by the user to stretch out the webbing.