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Ultimate Tools for House Renovation

Apr 13th 2015 at 4:31 AM

Renovation projects are essential to keep your home looking bright and neat. It involves tasks Such as painting, hanging dry walls, and papering. If you have worked on such a project you know it’s a no pie eating contest. But accompanied with the right tools it’s defiantly doable, furthermore these tools are within our reach; available in local hardware and improvement stores. When planning a remake for your house, consider acquiring these Tapetech Tools for a more pleasant exercise.

The trowel

Use the trowel to smoothen the plaster after you applied it to wall. Your aim here is to produce as a smooth a wall as possible. The trowel needs to be as clean and smooth as it can get. A rough one will produce a rough finish. When going for a trowel, pick one that is an easy to wash. Also confirm its rough free and you will thank yourself later.

The Mad pan

When carrying plasters you will need a container that is rather average in size. This allows you to move chunks of plaster as you continue smoothening. The pan can be a very helpful tool especially when plastering a wide area. It is useful when mixing small portions of plaster that need not a big container. Though not as sophisticated as a hawk, the mad pan is a tool to include in the tool box.

The Hawk

A hawk is nice complement to the trowel, with its ability to hold enough plaster for the builder. A few scoops at a time when plastering. It’s a tedious job for you to carry a whole bucket of plaster and smoothen with a trowel simultaneously. Invest in a good hawk. Professionals prefer this tool over the mad pan due to its added advantage.

The Utility knife/scissors

Most likely to be forgotten by builders as one of the best Marshalltown tools, the utility knife is essential and is used t cut the plaster tape to size. When a damaged edge need to squared, use the knife to cut the hole to be plastered as straight edged holes are easier to smoothen as compared oval shaped ones.

Sponge/sandpaper

Unevenness after plastering is not strange; you will need wet sponge to smoothen. Use course grit sandpaper to rough unevenness on a large surface area, furthermore a finer grit sand paper will ensure a perfect finish.

The Jointing knife

A jointing knife defines straight lines and edges into angles and corners. They are available in different sizes as required. Angle knifes are able cut between curves where ordinary cutters are unable to reach.

The Step ladder

Plastering has to be complete from the bottom to the top. Plastering the bottom is within reach alright, the tricky part is the top most parts of the wall. The ladder is a lifesaver as far as heights are concern. Use the ladder to reach the highest parts of the wall.

The Bucket

A bucket can perform numerous tasks, from delivering water to the site, to moving plaster. It is an indispensable tool. Don’t forget to wash your tools after you are done, the bucket will be very useful for that.

 

 

Now that you have all the right tools for the job, you have no option but to go and make your wall look great by the Drywall Tools. You may want to copy this list, you know! Just in case. Remember by following these simple guide you can turn an ugly wall into a masterpiece in no time.

 

 

 

Jeniffer enjoys blogging and nurtures interest on all most all topics. She contributes in many reputed blogs, social platforms and makes her living as a content writer. She has been instrumental in building highly efficient content marketing strategy for LayBy stores like LayByLands based in Melbourne.

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