Saskatapers new 10" trowel

June 28, 2012
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glencoe,ontario,can
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Going to take all night to clean it

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    guijarreroabout 7 years ago

    Here, many workers use to say that when the trowel is to much rigid-non -flexible, (specially when new) you let it oxidize and then sand it with waterproof sand paper (small grain) and it goes FLEXIBLE !! better..
    (every trowel has a silver lining?)

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    Drywall_Kingabout 7 years ago

    Posted by: guijarrero

    Here, many workers use to say that when the trowel is to much rigid-non -flexible, (specially when new) you let it oxidize and then sand it with waterproof sand paper (small grain) and it goes FLEXIBLE !! better..(every trowel has a silver lining?)

    A boss told me that to cury trowls have a reddish plastic layer on it.. soak it in water and use a peace of wet paper and elbow greece to scrape it off

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