Definition of Plastering trowel

1. Noun. A trowel used to spread and smooth plaster.

Generic synonyms: Trowel



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Literary usage of Plastering trowel

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. A Brief Practical Treatise on Mortars: With an Account of the Processes by William H. Wright (1845)
"The plastering-trowel is a thin plate of hardened iron or steel, ... It is shaped somewhat like a plastering trowel, and is used to rub over the finished ..."

2. Iowa Engineer: an introductin to the resplendent land by Iowa State University, Iowa State College (1905)
"ts sand and one pari, cement is put on with a plastering trowel, ... Then you can proceed by putting it on with a plastering trowel again as in the first ..."

3. The New England Farmer by Samuel W. Cole (1870)
"... walls we use a common brick trowel, because we can make the plastering on an uneven surface nearer of a thickness than we can with a plastering trowel. ..."

4. Treatise on Architecture, Including the Arts of Construction, Building by William Hosking, Arthur Ashpitel, Thomas Tredgold, Thomas Young, John Robinson (1867)
"A hand-float is a piece of board shaped something like a plastering trowel, with a ledge handle to it, and is used to rub over the finished work, ..."

5. Plaster and Plastering: Mortars and Cements, how to Make, and how to Use by Frederick Thomas Hodgson (1883)
"plastering trowel (SHOWING HOW MADE). Floating Screeds.—Strips of plaster previously set out on the work, at convenient intervals, for the range of the ..."

6. Industrial Education by United States Bureau of Labor, Charles Henry Winslow, Jesse C. Bowen (1911)
"Trowel practice, spreading mortar, building piers and flues, using the plumb rule, inserting rowlock arches, plastering, trowel practice, loading the hawk, ..."

7. A Treatise on Roads and Pavements by Ira Osborn Baker (1913)
"Just as the cement in the top coat begins to set, it is to be rubbed smooth and hard with a plastering trowel, sufficient pressure being employed to force ..."

8. A Treatise on Roads and Pavements by Ira Osborn Baker (1903)
"Just as the cement in the top coat begins to set, it is to be rubbed smooth and hard with a plastering trowel, sufficient pressure being employed to force ..."

9. A Brief Practical Treatise on Mortars: With an Account of the Processes by William H. Wright (1845)
"The plastering-trowel is a thin plate of hardened iron or steel, ... It is shaped somewhat like a plastering trowel, and is used to rub over the finished ..."

10. Iowa Engineer: an introductin to the resplendent land by Iowa State University, Iowa State College (1905)
"ts sand and one pari, cement is put on with a plastering trowel, ... Then you can proceed by putting it on with a plastering trowel again as in the first ..."

11. The New England Farmer by Samuel W. Cole (1870)
"... walls we use a common brick trowel, because we can make the plastering on an uneven surface nearer of a thickness than we can with a plastering trowel. ..."

12. Treatise on Architecture, Including the Arts of Construction, Building by William Hosking, Arthur Ashpitel, Thomas Tredgold, Thomas Young, John Robinson (1867)
"A hand-float is a piece of board shaped something like a plastering trowel, with a ledge handle to it, and is used to rub over the finished work, ..."

13. Plaster and Plastering: Mortars and Cements, how to Make, and how to Use by Frederick Thomas Hodgson (1883)
"plastering trowel (SHOWING HOW MADE). Floating Screeds.—Strips of plaster previously set out on the work, at convenient intervals, for the range of the ..."

14. Industrial Education by United States Bureau of Labor, Charles Henry Winslow, Jesse C. Bowen (1911)
"Trowel practice, spreading mortar, building piers and flues, using the plumb rule, inserting rowlock arches, plastering, trowel practice, loading the hawk, ..."

15. A Treatise on Roads and Pavements by Ira Osborn Baker (1913)
"Just as the cement in the top coat begins to set, it is to be rubbed smooth and hard with a plastering trowel, sufficient pressure being employed to force ..."

16. A Treatise on Roads and Pavements by Ira Osborn Baker (1903)
"Just as the cement in the top coat begins to set, it is to be rubbed smooth and hard with a plastering trowel, sufficient pressure being employed to force ..."

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