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  • 28.01.20 Posted By Laura Laura

    The New Silky Sugoi 33cm Professional Arborist Saw

    The brand new design for the Silky Sugoi "Tree Tiger" is now available. Available in the Professional range of saws it has a blade length in the sweetspot for arborists of 33 cm. 


    There are numerous enhancements to make this an outstanding saw for professional or home use.

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  • 17.12.19 Posted By Nita

    When I first heard about Spoon Carving I was intrigued enough to find out more about it. I was pleasantly surprised to see the way Silky Saws were used to help in the shaping of the saws. And of course they are also used when sourcing the timber for the blanks.


    Of course the therapy of making a useful object from a blank piece of timber suggested the title of Zen and the Art of Spoon Carving

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  • 12.06.19 Posted By Laura Laura
    ATTENTION ALL CAKE DECORATORS How many times in your career as a cake decorator have you struggled with those cantankerous pieces of dowel that you need to cut for the support of your cake tiers? Cut fingers, broken hacksaw blades and splintered dowelling ends are probably only some of many issues with which you have had to contend. Here at Silky Saws, we are offering you an amazing solution to your problems- the Mini,Mini Wood saw. This little gem is not only ergonomically designed but is lightweight and can be used by both right-handed and left-handed people. This wonderful tool has been created in Japan and honed to the Japanese standard of sharpness. (Just think of the Samurei swords). It only measures 27cm and comes with its own safety cover so you will be able to take it with you when you go to cake seminars or workshops. The teeth are purposely flayed out slightly so that when you are cutting the wood, the diameter of the cut is a little bigger than the thickness of the saw, thus helping the saw not to become caught in the wood. One of the many benefits of this saw is that if, after much use, the blade breaks or becomes blunt ,a replacement blade can be ordered. These saws are colour-coded because they have different uses. The one you will need is the yellow one. The investment for this saw is a mere $29.70 inc GST
  • 10.06.19 Posted By Laura Laura

    Nobody in the arbor industry likes the term Tree Lopper, however everyone in the world knows what a tree lopper is.

    Like in any industry there are good and bad tree loppers in this industry.Read More

  • 10.06.19 Posted By Laura Laura

    Are you after a saw that can prune palm trees and reach high into trees or palms?

    Just as red cars go faster than other cars, Silky Saws go faster and more efficiently than other saws! This pole saw has ALL the qualities that a home gardener needs!

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  • 04.06.19


    Posted By Laura Laura
    When Kath & I first moved in to our Woodford home, there were at least a dozen possums that constantly romped, bomped, banged and clanged all over our roof - we did have a lot of date palm trees close to the house then too, so these all used to be full of possums and bats. Nice to have wildlife around, but there are limits, especially when you like to have a bit of sleep!Read More
  • 04.06.19 Posted By Laura Laura
    When I read this, I had to ask myself why anyone needed an animal such as a fox when they were doing gardening or tree lopping. Once I saw the picture of the Silky Hook Fox, I was convinced that I didn’t have a clue as to its use.Read More
  • 04.06.19 Posted By Laura Laura

    When I was told that these saws were made in Japan, I knew that they were incredibly sharp, after all, the Japanese do make Samurei swords and most people would have watched that scene in The Bodyguard where Whitney Housten held the sword and threw a silk scarf in the air, only to have it sliced neatly in two pieces.

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  • 04.06.19 Posted By Laura Laura
    When I read this in our weekly newsletter, I immediately thought of the teeth in my head, which I thought I knew quite well. I am someone who doesn’t know the difference between a weed and a plant but my lovely boss thought that it would be a grand idea for me to write the blogs you will be seeing. I hope you will join me on this journey of learning about saws and gardening.Read More
  • 04.06.19 Posted By Laura Laura
    Who knew there was so much to learn about olives and what sort of saws are good to use when pruning olive trees. I don’t like olives and I always thought there were only 1 or 2 types of saws. As I said, who knew! Apparently, because olive trees are evergreen, they will produce olives all year round. Did you know that olives shouldn’t be eaten directly from the tree because they are extremely bitter? They need to be processed with brine before they can be eaten. All olives start off green and then turn maroon or black as they ripen.Read More

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