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    Classification of Plastering Tools

    Plastering tools are one of commonly used in hand tools, often used in auxiliary construction, and are widely used in construction and life. The plastering tools provided by Tool are affordable and of good quality.

    Plastering tools

    Putty Knife

    Putty knife is also known as a scraper. One of the paint accessories and tools is a hand tool often used by painters. It is easy to use and can be used for scraping, shoveling, painting and filling in construction and daily life.

    Putty knives generally consist of a blade and a handle. The blade material is mainly carbon steel. The surface treatment of the blade is commonly divided into ordinary polishing, mirror reflection(A kind of surface treatment of metal steel strip, the effect is the same as mirror). The handle is divided into wooden, plastic handle and iron handle.

    Putty knife


    Auxiliary decoration. The putty knife is like a “universal tool”, and its use in decoration is mainly reflected in the four aspects of scraping, shoveling, smearing and filling. Scraping means to scrape off impurities on the wall, remove dust, or scrape putty. Shoveling, that is, putty knife can be used to shovel wall, shovel cement, shovel white ash, etc. Smearing, it can be used to apply putty. Filling can be used to fill gaps and cracks on the wall. In addition, it can also be used with a trowel to mix putty. These functions can assist decoration and become an indispensable tool.

    Assisted living. Putty knives have many uses in our daily lives. For example, when making pancakes, you can use a putty knife to spread the beaten eggs and combine them with the crust evenly to make a delicious snack; Sanitation workers can use sharp putty knives to clean city roads with less effort; When cleaning up some old dirt in your home, you can use a putty knife to clean it up vigorously.

    TrowelSteel putty knife

    The steel trowel is a small hand tool consisting of a handle and a blade. Its blades are traditionally made of different types of metal or steel. The handle material is usually wood, metal or material. It can be used for mixing, digging, plasticizing or polishing. Tile trowels are usually flat or spade shaped, some with serrated or notched edges. The trowel is a very ancient tool, dating back to early civilizations.

    Concrete workers often use steel trowels. The most popular household use of steel trowels is in the garden. Its pointed metal blade has a slight shovel shape, which helps in various gardening tasks. In containers and traditional gardening, the shovel is very suitable for digging small holes and chopping up clumps of soil in preparation for planting.

    In home decoration, if it involves setting up tiles or stone bricks, notches and edge trowels are usually used to apply mortar and adhesives on the tiles and surfaces. The trowel is usually used to plaster the ceiling. In home construction projects that design bricks and concrete, trowels are relatively popular tools used by masons to shape, pave, and level the surfaces of mortar, cement, and plaster. A small trowel with a long, thin blade that is usually used to fill and smooth the mortar between the brick layers.

    Masonry Brick Trowel

    The masonry trowel has a flat triangular steel blade with an offset handle for picking up and applying mortar and compacting bricks, and experienced masons use them to cut bricks. The narrow end of the masonry brick trowel blade is called the "tip", and the wide end is called the "heel".

    Masonry brick trowel

    Why Use Notch Trowel 

    Because tile paving needs to be pasted thinly, the tile glue thin pasting method requires the use of a professional notched trowel. According to different base layers and tiles, we recommend using different specifications of spatula to control the thickness of the glue and ensure the flatness. Saving the amount of materials and ensure the fullness of the tile adhesive.

    Brick tool

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