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  • Honyaki Rounded Corner Shikkui Trowel C-127
 Japanese Finishing Shikkui Rounded Trowel Stainless Stell
  • Honyaki Rounded Corner Shikkui Trowel C-127
 Japanese Finishing Shikkui Rounded Trowel Stainless Stell
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  • Honyaki Rounded Corner Shikkui Trowel C-127
 Japanese Finishing Shikkui Rounded Trowel Stainless Stell
  • Honyaki Rounded Corner Shikkui Trowel C-127
 Japanese Finishing Shikkui Rounded Trowel Stainless Stell

Japanese Finishing Yonyaki Shikkui Rounded Trowel c127 165mm

$85.95
SKU: Japanese Finishing Shikkui c127
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    Japanese Finishing Yonyaki Shikkui Rounded Trowel  c127 165mm

    Japanese Finishing Shikkui Rounded Trowel  165 mm

    Rounded corners reduce trowel marks when applying sticky and elastic plaster such as Shikkui

    Lenght 165 mm

    Honyaki Rounded Corner Shikkui Trowel C-127

     

     

    Original Hand Made Japanese Trowels

     

    Made in Japan

     

    After receiving your trowels, you may want to take a few minutes preparing them for plastering:

     Yamanishi-san's traditional trowels are treated with a protective coating to prevent rusting while in storage. This coating can be removed before use with
    400 grit sandpaper or will naturally wear off during use.

     Before attempting to compress or polish fine plasters, the trowel's edge should be polished with 800 grit sandpaper or higher.

     In Japan, the trowel's wood handle is branded for identification, preventing any mix up at the job site.  Yamanishi-san also provides personal brands.
    After branding the wood, the handle is often soaked in vegetable oil to improve the longevity and appearance of the handle. As a sign of
    exquisite quality, Yamanishi-san's black handles have been treated with a black lacquer and cannot be branded.

     Traditional steels will rust if not cared for properly. Trowels should be cleaned and dried immediately after using acidic plasters such as
    earth or gypsum. When storing trowels for an extended period of time, they should be oiled to prevent rusting. In order to prevent the
    remaining oil from discoloring subsequent plasters, remove oil with a rag before plastering.

     Lastly, after using your trowels, we would love to hear from you.

    Thank you again for your order and supporting traditional Japanese plastering.

     

     

     

     

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