Basic tools for plastering

You can not make high -quality plastering surfaces without having the right tools under the hands.

And the main manual tool for plastering is the cell. It is also called a trowel or spatula. It consists of a thin metallic canvas of the heart -shaped configuration and a handle fixed in the stalk. Celma performs several stages of plastering: mixing the solution, pouring it onto the wall or ceiling, spreading and smoothing.

Another spatula, already smaller sizes, is called a cutting and serves to cut the resulting solution and cutting cornice.

To make it more convenient to take the solution and throw it on the wall, there is a special shield of wood or metal – falcon. A portion of plaster solution is laid out on it. And to make it convenient to keep the shield during work, in the center of the falcon there is a pen, fixed with a double spike.

You can spread a plaster solution with the help of a half at a wooden canvas 20 mm thick, with a handle filled on the back with a handle. The main dimensions are half a 700×100 mm and 700×120 mm. In addition to smearing with half terriers, you can also level the solution, rubbing chamfers, parliament and Luzg.

And for grouting plaster use graters. Outwardly, it looks like a half -terriers, but has other sizes: 100×140 mm and 120×160 mm. The thickness of the grater ranges from 20 mm to 25 mm.

There is also a scraper – a steel plate fixed on a wooden handle. Typically, gaps are cleaned with a scraper on the treated surfaces