Plaster trowels are used to scoop and spread plaster. Trowels with flat metal blades are used for plastering and finishing. Handles are soft for comfort. The ideal plastering trowel size affects your control, speed, and pressure when plastering, as well as the finishing trowel, which is light and ultra-flexible and will eliminate all joint pressure. Keep carbon steel trowels rust-free by wiping them down with WD40.
The bricklaying trowel is designed for precision work, making training easier. They can be used domestically and commercially. There are usually six parts: heel, ferrule, shank, blade, toe, and handle. Bricklayers should choose trowels based on their preferences. Many trowels are available for specific purposes, such as trowels with pointed noses for precise mortar application.