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1.5", 2", 3", & 4" Putty Knives



6" Putty Knife



Square Notch Putty Knife



Corner Putty Knife



V-Notch Putty Knife



Toss Away Plastic Putty Knives

We manufacture 1.5", 2", 3", & 4" solvent resistant putty knives, and we also carry rigid plastic 6" corner putty knives, square notch putty knives, & v-notch putty knives.

Solvent Resistant

We manufacture low cost Toss Away Solvent Resistant Putty Knives in the sizes 1.5", 2", 3", & 4".

DESCRIPTION

SIZE

EACH

PRICE

ORDER

1015-36 1.5" 36 $15.00 Out of Stock
1020-36 2" 36 $15.50
1030-48 3" 48 $27.00 Out Of Stock
1040-48 4" 48 $33.00 Out Of Stock


Rigid Plastic Spreaders

We carry Rigid Plastic Spreaders, Rigid 6", V-Notch putty knives, Square Notch putty knives, & Corner putty knives.

DESCRIPTION

SIZE

EACH

PRICE

ORDER

1350-48 3" V-Notch 48 $18.00 Out of Stock
1355-48 3" Square Notch 48 $18.00 Out of Stock
1359-48 Corner Spreader 48 $20.00 Out of Stock
1360-48 6" Joint Knife 48 $36.00 Out of Stock


How to patch?

You just gotta love plaster. That rock-hard substance, which was applied to the walls and ceilings of nearly every house in this country until the 1950s, gives us surfaces that are seamless, mold resistant, fire resistant, and noise deadening. But what to do when plaster cracks, buckles, and pops loose? It's a perplexing question for many of our readers, including Tim Thorp, whose house in Providence, Rhode Island, is filled with badly blemished plaster. "How do I patch 100 years of gouges, cracks, and screw holes so the walls look flat and clean when painted?" he asks us in an e-mail. Here, Tom shows how sticking old walls back together can make them look as good as new.