We have a wide range K brand plastering trowels. As experts in the field we know what works and are able to offer great value for money by picking the best plastering trowels on the market.Depending on your project and the type of job, there will be a plastering trowel that helps you work efficiently and ensures a perfectly smooth finish.
Our K brand plastering trowels are some of the best in the China paint tools industry and we only supply the highest quality products. Tools for the professional, we carry the entire K brand range for our customers, as they rely on our good quality paint tools.
K brand plastering trowels are often the professional’s preference when it comes to quality tools. Manufactured in China to the highest standard, the ergonomic soft grip handles allow easy handling, making the plastering trowel much more enjoyable to use. The special stainless steel blade is made from good steel making K brand plastering trowels durable and ideal for a wide range of surfaces. Don't let your hard work be ruined with low quality tools, invest in one of our incredible plasting trowels. You'll find the job flies by with our range.
This trowel have made use of dual blade technology to improve the strength and flexibility of the trowel without compromising on blade thickness. At just 0.3 mm, it’s about as thin as you can get but it’s still strong enough for professional plastering jobs. This trowel have made use of a high performance grip. It’s the ideal compromise between a soft grip and one that gives you ultimate control over the blade. The overall balance of this trowel is what makes it one of the best finishing trowels you can get.
The acrylic alloy handle is light but incredibly stable. It gives you all the strength and control you need without adding too much extra weight.The grip itself isn’t replaceable, but it’s got a decent finish on it that makes it easy to hang onto. It’s got a decent girth as well, which helps fight arm fatigue. What makes this one of the best plastering trowels is the weight. It is ultra-light but still very capable.
What is the Best Trowel Size?
We recommend getting a few different sized plastering trowels, purely because the size you need will depend on the task at hand. Check out our huge range, we have a size for every job!
Tip: About Acrylic Finishes
Acrylic finishes are a blend of 100% acrylic copolymers, an aggregate composed of marble or quartz, liquid pigments and other proprietary ingredients. This "high performance" finish was originally designed for use through an exterior insulating finish system called EIFS.
EIFS is designed to be flexible and crack resistant. Therefore, the finish must have the same properties as the rest of the assembly. While acrylic finishes will not stop portland cement plaster from cracking, they have a higher quality of crack resistance than cement-based finishes.
Acrylic finishes have other qualities that make them a more popular alternative to cement stucco finishes: namely color. Topcoats use very stable "wet pigments" to color the product as a whole. Together with a specially formulated 100% acrylic binder, these stabilized pigments promote excellent resistance to fading, chalking and yellowing. As a result, finishes tend to retain their original appearance over time.
Acrylic finishes provide a consistent and durable finish to your gypsum components with unlimited color options. Many textures are also available for your design needs. "Special" finishes offer additional aesthetic options and/or higher "scratch resistance" than standard finishes.
Many acrylic finishes incorporate anti-smudge technology in their products. This "DPR" technology allows the finish to cure into a tough, non-stick coating that prevents the build-up of dirt, mold and contaminants.
Omega also offers "upgrades" of standard acrylic finishes, including: adding a "lightweight" finish to make it more "user friendly," adding silicone for durability to withstand the most damaging environmental conditions, and adding a "lightweight" finish to the product. Added fungicides in the manufacturing process are designed to provide additional resistance to fungal and algal growth.
Another advantage of acrylic finishes is that they have lower moisture permeability than cement plaster. The acrylic finish will not darken or discolor in prolonged rainstorms. They also add weatherability to Portland cement components while still allowing the components to breathe.
The "Smooth Steel Trowel" finish is not recommended. Applying a "smooth" finish requires the substrate beneath the finish to be very smooth, and smoothing a stucco brown coating is difficult at best and an expensive process.
A fine-grit or coarse-grit finish is recommended over traditional gypsum brown coats. It is also recommended to apply an acrylic primer that matches the finish color over the brown coat before applying the finish. This will allow the finish to dry evenly and the end result will be a more consistent and "brighter" colored wall!