Plastering Tools

Plastering Tools

Plastering requires specialised tools to apply and finish coatings properly.

Trowels are essential tools used to apply and spread plaster over surfaces. Plastering trowels come in a variety of shapes and sizes to suit different applications. The most common is the square-notched trowel which creates ridges to help adhere the plaster to the surface. Wider trowels are ideal for covering large areas quickly while smaller trowels allow greater control for detailed finishing work.

Also, floats create a smooth finish for plastered walls and ceilings. Plastering floats are typically broad, flat blades made of wood, plastic, or metal. Wood floats provide flexibility while metal floats scrape the surface thoroughly. Using light pressure in circular motions, floats compact the plaster and eliminate trowel ridges and other imperfections.

Mixers blend plaster powder with water to create a workable plaster material for application. Handheld plaster mixers feature paddle or whisk attachments that quickly combine the ingredients into an ideal creamy consistency. Stand mixers designed for plaster use horizontal paddles and barrel-shaped tubs to mix large batches efficiently. Plus, powerful electric motors provide the high speed required to thoroughly mix plaster's heavy consistency.

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  4. Skeleton Gun (701/109/021)

    2 - 3 WORKING DAY DELIVERY

    • Economical
    • Use with standard tubes
    £6.09 £7.31
  5. £24.85 £29.82
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  8. £22.46 £26.95
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  14. £24.92 £29.90
  15. £203.27 £243.92
  16. £24.49 £29.39
  17. £15.59 £18.71
  18. 2 - 3 WORKING DAY DELIVERY

    • Heavy-duty stainless steel
    • Flat & flexible design
    £22.30 £26.76
  19. £20.29 £24.35
  20. £12.28 £14.74
  21. £21.79 £26.15
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Plastering requires specialised tools to apply and finish coatings properly.

Trowels are essential tools used to apply and spread plaster over surfaces. Plastering trowels come in a variety of shapes and sizes to suit different applications. The most common is the square-notched trowel which creates ridges to help adhere the plaster to the surface. Wider trowels are ideal for covering large areas quickly while smaller trowels allow greater control for detailed finishing work.

Also, floats create a smooth finish for plastered walls and ceilings. Plastering floats are typically broad, flat blades made of wood, plastic, or metal. Wood floats provide flexibility while metal floats scrape the surface thoroughly. Using light pressure in circular motions, floats compact the plaster and eliminate trowel ridges and other imperfections.

Mixers blend plaster powder with water to create a workable plaster material for application. Handheld plaster mixers feature paddle or whisk attachments that quickly combine the ingredients into an ideal creamy consistency. Stand mixers designed for plaster use horizontal paddles and barrel-shaped tubs to mix large batches efficiently. Plus, powerful electric motors provide the high speed required to thoroughly mix plaster's heavy consistency.