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Hog Ring Nailing Gun and Staples For Sale
A hand trowel on the left, large finish trowel center almost too large and a scratching tool on the right.
A hawk and trowel - necessary tools used to apply cement plaster. You should select a proper sized trowel for the project at hand. Too large or too small will make a difference. Try to go mid stream until you find which will work best for you.
A hawk used to hold plaster material.
Brushes, these brushes are very useful tools. Good for clean up. Can be used to knock rough edges off, clean inside corners, put water onto the walls to clean excess plaster off windows or pipes or brush foundations. Brooms will also work when applying water. We use push brooms to knock cement clinkers off ceiling after spraying the first coat or scratch coat. Do not attempt to plaster without one!
A bucket to hold water and tools is a good tool to have and very necessary.
A square nosed pointer trowels for detail work in tight places, corner tools, inside corner and exterior corner trowels.
A hard rubber flute, this rubber flute is extremely hard rubber used like a trowel. This is used to finish cement when a steel trowel or glass finish is not desired. If another coat of cement, stucco, or some type of cement finish is to be applied this flute is used as it leaves the cement a little rough and the next coat will bond to it.
Red rubber flute, the rubber is thicker and harder than the soft green flute. This flute works the same as the green. The texture is usually heavier and not quite as fine. This flute can also be used as a trowel for some finishes.
A green sponge flute, this flute is a soft sponge flute use to finish work to bring the sand to the surface by softly wiping the surface of stucco or cement surface in a light circular motion.
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