This week while traveling through the Lowe’s stores I call on, I stumbled upon this sander in the tool aisle. It’s called a restorer that uses a sanding drum to sand wood.
The RESTORER Multi-Surface Restoration System was invented and patented by Robert Kundel Jr. Originally designed for use at Kundel Industries for removing rust and scale from beams and pipe prior to painting Robert soon realized the tremendous potential of the tool when he was able to use it at home for DIY wood working and metal working projects without clogging or gumming up the sandpaper. The Restorer became the discussion of many power tool manufacturers and after 7 years he was able to sign a brand license deal with Stanley Black & Decker. The Porter-Cable Restorer is available on Amazon and sold at Lowe’s and Hartville Hardware from $99 to $149 depending on the kit.
The Call, placed upon Robert's life in 2012 , is to minister to ministers through the creation of a one-of-a-kind non-proft retreat center is dedicated to the restoration of pastors worldwide and will be funded by the proceeds from the "Restorer" tool. Robert is looking to locate "The Good News Retreat Center" in the Charlotte, NC area which is an ideal location for a year round retreat center. The tool according to Robert was divinely inspired and aptly named Restorer, just as Jesus is our Restorer and in the business of restoration. Ironically enough Jesus was a carpenter and the Restorer is a carpenter’s tool. Proceeds from every purchase will go directly to fund this desperately needed ministry.
Infrastructure decay is on the rise creating a great demand for cost effective solutions to maintain existing structures like bridges, pipelines, ships, railroads, buildings and more. These resources all play an vital role in not only our daily lives, but our economy as well. Corrosion continues to eat away at the investments made around the world at an annual cost of more than $1 trillion dollars. The U.S. military alone spends more than $23 billion dollars annually dealing with the effects of corrosion and by developing products geared toward this purpose it allows us to slow down the aging process of what our forefathers have fought so hard to create and establish here and around the world.
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