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SKU: 228180
Regular price €50,00 inc. VAT

The trowels are slightly stiffer than the flexiback trowel blades and are for finishing and trowelling up finish plasters and coatings

These blades are to be used with the mini trowels. The mini trowels have a stainless steel blade with alloy shank and soft handle; they slot into the plastic blade holder bracket on the plastic blade

These can be used to achieve special finishes with external renders. The trowel can be used on decorative wall and floor finishes and epoxy quartz

Use the PLAZIFLEX after the wet trowel (normally steel trowel) application then dry trowel and final cross trowel to finish

It's a lot easier going on the arm, the plastic just glides over the surface and brings up the surface to a tight polished finish

The plastic blades allow easier and faster closing in and flattening of the final finish coat. There is less need to wait for plaster to pick up, and can be used effectively when plaster is still wet

  • Semi-flexible plastic faced trowel blades
  • Replaceable blades & range of sizes
  • Excellent finish & lightweight to use
  • Cover large areas with less trowel pressure
  • Easier and faster closing in and flattening
  • PLAZIFLEX blades are produced in the UK



In order to provide optimal performance, the PLAZIFLEX range has been developed using specialised flexible plastics, however the durability of these plastics means that they require some care in order to prolong use. If one of the edges becomes damaged during use, it can often be rectified by rubbing along the edge with a wet and dry sand paper block

The midget trowel shoe fittings are designed to have a snug fit in order to give good tactile feedback when in use. To avoid difficulty in inserting the handle, it is recommended that the handle is removed and the shoe fitting cleaned after each use. To ease fitting the handle apply a water or silicone-based lubricant

When not in use, keep the provided edge protectors in place on the trowel. High temperature environments such as radiators, window sills or car dashboards can cause warping. Moderate warping can often be rectified by flexing the trowel along its length (i.e. toe towards heel), in both directions