Microcement Plaster Trowel - Special Good Steel Will Not Leave Black Streaks On White Plaster, Microcement or Resin

Microcement Plaster Trowel - Special Good Steel Will Not Leave Black Streaks On White Plaster, Microcement or Resin

K Brand Microcement Trowel represents an important goal in the development of new products, designed according to the real needs of users. The need to avoid black streakson applied materials, especially in light or white colors, at the time of polishing, led to the search for a new  good steel that our trowel has obtained in exclusive use.

The particular formula of this steel subjects the materials to a very low friction thus avoiding “burns” or streaks and the blade is minimally damaged by the particles of the decorative materials, resisting even the roughest stuff.It is therefore recommended for microcement, resins and for polishing the stucco.

Particular attention is also paid to details, like the poplar wood laser engraved patterned handle which improves the grip and the dark gray color finish of the fork, which distinguishes the tool throughout the range.

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DIY, Industrial
Trowels Features
Cornered, Pointed
Blade Length
Customized support
Place of Origin

Brand Name
K brand
Model Number
Blade Material
Stainless Steel
Handle Material
Plastic Handle
Product name
Stainless Steel Microcement Trowel


Comes in 3 different sizes

360mm x 120mm x 0.7mm

360mm x 110mm x 0.3mm

360mm x 110mm x 1mm

It is a trowel that solves a huge problem for professionals: the polishing of Venetian plaster, lime-based or synthetic products in light and white shades. The classic tools on the market easily leave dark streaks, thus damaging the work. This trowel does not happen because the blade is made of a type of steel with a particular alloy compared to that normally used: it is enriched with molybdenum and this makes it particularly resistant and suitable for use with the most difficult materials.


Our trowel has got an unmistakable design, a comfortable grip, a stylish black fork. And it is also very lightweight to use because of the patterned poplar wood handle, in order to to relieve arm fatigue.


We've sourced a new type of steel that ideal for applying and polishing white and light colored materials without over-burnishing or causing unsightly dark marks on the finish

INNOVATIVE MATERIALS TO MEET YOUR NEEDS: Customers have asked for a trowel that solves this common but frustrating problem and and this new type of steel subjects materials to very low friction, which means it causes minimal damage to the finish, even when significant pressure is applied.

CREATE SEAMLESS WHITE WALLS: Architects and interior design professionals are calling for uniform or "monolithic" walls that compliment rather than compete with other design elements. Use this innovative tool to apply white plasters that have little to know "movement".

YOUR GO-TO FOR MICROCEMENTS, RESINS, AND POLISHING WHITE VENETIAN: You don't have to worry because some of the trickiest materials to apply can now be applied with greater ease. This tool is much more forgiving than conventional steel trowels so you don't have to worry about over-polishing. Apply the way that feels right to you.

IMPROVED GRIP AND DESIGN, FOR EASIER HANDLING: We know your clients care about the details and so do we. You'll notice our signature shape at the front of the fork, where you rest your thumb while holding the tool. We've also improved our lightweight poplar wood handle by adding an pattern that improves the grip. 

When to Burnish

The ideal time to burnish is soon after the third coat of Venetian plaster has been applied. It should have lost it's tack but hasn't completely set. It should be starting to lighten in color but not completely lightened in color yet. It will also feel somewhat cold to the touch which tells you that there is still moisture that hasn't yet cured. Learning to look for these details is what separates the faux finishing masters so take pride in your work!


For the highest quality results, produce a couple mock-up sample boards on solid prepared pieces of MDF or drywall before starting work on your final project. Make sure you are absolutely satisfied with your results from these samples before continuing to the next step in your project.

Don't forget to check with the manufacturer of your plaster for their specific application instructions as methods and drying times may vary between different brands. You'll want to download and read their technical data sheet (TDS) to become proficient with each material.

Trowel Care

For best results every time, clean your trowel between use and check that your blade is free from scratches that may have occurred during a previous application. Some professionals choose to reserve one trowel for polishing and use a different one for the application in order to keep their Stilmirror trowel in perfect condition. If necessary, it may be possible to repair or refresh used blades by polishing up to it's original ultra-smooth condition so that you may continue to get many years of use.

K Brand Microcement Trowel is an Exceptional tools first of its kind used as a superb Finishing Trowel and made with the secretly finest of Steel Components. Its composition ultra light weighting allow the finish to result free of black lines typical of white Venetian plaster and Microcement applications. The range branded trowel essential for polishing Venetian Plaster and Marmorino.  Ideal applications are :Venetian Plaster, Microcement , Marmorino, and White set.

Microcement Plaster Trowel - Special Good Steel Will Not Leave Black Streaks On White Plaster, Microcement or Resin


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