H Shaped Plastering feather edge

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H section feather edge

The H Shape feather edge or h shaped plastering darby is a very useful tool for plastering and rendering. With its comfortable to use profile, the plastering derby is used to flatten plasters after it has been sprayed or layed on.  The H Shape feather edge is held at a slight angle to the wall as you would a trowel. The H shape derby angle can then be opened up to peel the high spots off the surface.  These darby’s are available in all sizes and are essential for modern render and plaster systems.

H Shape feather edge

• H-section feather edge
• Produced from precision aluminium extrusions
• Bevelled lip
• Often used with projection plasters

SIZES

  • 3’4×4.5″ (1000x113x20mm)
  • 4’0x4.5″ (1250x113x20mm)
  • 5’0x4.5″ (1500x113x20mm)
  • 5’9×4.5″ (1750x113x20mm)
  • 6’7×4.5″ (2000x113x20mm)
  • 8’2×4.5″ (2500x113x20mm)

APPLICATIONS

• use refina feather edge hsection For finishing and levelling plaster & render, wall & floor surfaces
• Helps identify hollows and high spots before sponging and trowelling up

 

Method
exclamation mark on orange background, warning Different people prefer different methods for using their feather edge. It is often recommended to flick small amounts of water on to the product before using the feather edge. The basics are pretty similar but there are different opinions on how the tool should be moved. Here is a basic method, but be aware that it takes a lot of practice and hard work to get it right.
Hold feather edge tool in both hands

Step 1 – Grip feather edge hsection featheredge aluminium

The thinner edge of the tool will be in contact with the surface to be smoothed, so grip around the thicker edge with both hands, at a comfortable distance apart.

feather edge at acute angle against wall

Step 2 – Place feather edge

The feather edge is held horizontally or vertically at a very acute angle to the surface to be smoothed: around ten to twenty degrees.

sweep feather edge across wall to smooth plaster

Step 3 – Move feather edge

Sweep the feather edge in long motions across the surface with firm, even pressure. It is advised to make sweeps up or down and not diagonally for best results.

feather edge in use

Step 4 – Repeat

Begin in the corners of a room or building and repeat sweeps across the surface until the whole area is smooth.

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4 Reviews For This Product

  1. 04

    Matthew topper

    Top class straight edge,nice and light gets the jobs done.

  2. 04

    Gary Hughes (verified owner)

    Quality rule.

  3. 04

    Sam H. (verified owner)

  4. 04

    Carl Griffiths (verified owner)

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