Plastering Trowel with Teeth LLD103 amaris hardware

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A plastering trowel with teeth and a wooden handle is a specialized tool used in the field of construction and masonry for applying and texturing plaster or stucco on walls and ceilings. The trowel is characterized by having teeth or serrations on its surface, which create grooves or patterns in the applied material. The wooden handle provides a comfortable grip for the user. This type of trowel is commonly used to achieve specific textures or patterns in plasterwork, adding both decorative and functional elements to the finished surface.

1. Carbon steel #50 blade
2. Wood handle
3. Blade thickness: 0.8mm
4. Teeth size: 8x8mm
5. Heat treated & fine polished



  1. Texturing and Pattern Creation:
    • The teeth or serrations on the trowel are designed to create textures and patterns in the applied plaster or stucco.
    • Common patterns include swirls, waves, or other decorative textures that add visual interest to the finished surface.
  2. Keying Plaster:
    • The teeth help to create a textured surface that enhances the bond between the plaster and the substrate, providing better adhesion.
    • This is especially useful in situations where a smooth surface alone might not ensure a strong bond.
  3. Creating Grooves:
    • The trowel’s teeth can be used to create grooves or channels in the plaster for functional or aesthetic purposes.
    • Grooves may serve as expansion joints, allowing for movement without cracking, or as a design element.
  4. Repair and Patching:
    • Plastering trowels with teeth are handy for repairing or patching existing plasterwork, helping to match textures on repaired areas with the surrounding surface.
  5. Artistic Applications:
    • In artistic or decorative plasterwork, these trowels are used to create unique and customized patterns, contributing to the overall design.
  6. Creating Non-Slip Surfaces:
    • The teeth on the trowel can be used to create a textured, non-slip surface, which is beneficial in areas prone to wet conditions or where additional grip is needed.
  7. Enhancing Durability:
    • By providing texture and keying the plaster to the substrate, the trowel helps improve the durability of the plastered surface over time.
  8. Traditional Plastering Techniques:
    • In traditional plastering methods, these trowels are commonly used to achieve specific textures and finishes that may be required for historical or architectural authenticity.
SKU: AHS69763 Category:


280X125 MM

Safety measures and precautions

  1. Personal Protective Equipment (PPE):
    • Wear appropriate PPE, including safety goggles or glasses to protect your eyes from debris, dust, or small particles that may be dislodged during plastering.
  2. Hand Protection:
    • Use gloves to protect your hands from the abrasive nature of the plaster and to minimize the risk of cuts or abrasions.
  3. Respiratory Protection:
    • If working with dry plaster or in a dusty environment, wear a dust mask or respirator to prevent inhalation of airborne particles.
  4. Footwear:
    • Wear sturdy, closed-toe footwear to protect your feet from falling tools or materials.
  5. Secure Work Area:
    • Ensure that the work area is well-lit and free from tripping hazards. Keep the floor clean and dry to prevent slips and falls.
  6. Proper Body Mechanics:
    • Maintain good posture and use proper body mechanics to prevent strains and muscle fatigue. Bend your knees and lift with your legs when necessary.
  7. Tool Inspection:
    • Regularly inspect the plastering trowel for any damage, such as bent teeth or a loose handle. Do not use a damaged tool as it may compromise safety and performance.
  8. Correct Handling:
    • Hold the trowel securely and use the appropriate grip. Avoid overexertion, and be mindful of the force applied to prevent unnecessary strain.
  9. Avoiding Contact with Edges:
    • Be cautious when handling the trowel, especially the teeth. Avoid unnecessary contact with the teeth to reduce the risk of cuts or injuries.
  10. Cleaning and Maintenance:
    • Clean the trowel regularly to remove plaster build-up, which can affect its performance. Proper maintenance helps ensure the tool remains in good working condition.
  11. Training and Experience:
    • Ensure that individuals using the plastering trowel are adequately trained and experienced in its proper use. Novice users should work under the guidance of experienced professionals.
  12. First Aid Kit:
    • Have a first aid kit on hand in case of minor injuries. Be prepared to address cuts, scrapes, or other injuries promptly.

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