Flexi trowel

Retired Spread

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Never understood the logic behind 'em...... just fkin gimmicks chuck it in skip or use it for scraping ye floors about all they're good for.
 

church

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I must admit ive been suckered into buying into this gimmick , and cant work it out why ? Apart from they are new and shiny and the latest thing , and i think they will cut down on elbow grease , but i keep on coming back to Marshalltown for my best results , guess i allways will do
 

John j

Mono Don
I must admit ive been suckered into buying into this gimmick , and cant work it out why ? Apart from they are new and shiny and the latest thing , and i think they will cut down on elbow grease , but i keep on coming back to Marshalltown for my best results , guess i allways will do
I.m back on permashape and to be fair not bother giving last flick with max. Got a elite coming but wont buy out but a permashape from.now
 
I must admit ive been suckered into buying into this gimmick , and cant work it out why ? Apart from they are new and shiny and the latest thing , and i think they will cut down on elbow grease , but i keep on coming back to Marshalltown for my best results , guess i allways will do
I’ve always stuck to a Marshalltown from start to finish till my mate showed me the Marshalltown xtralite which I use for last 2 trowels slight flex but not to flexible lovely trowel.
 
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paulf

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malc

TPF Special Forces
i have 2 different flexi trowels. Marshalltown duraflex, a riveted trowel ,wooden handle ,with very little flex. a beautiful stainless steel trowel that took quite a while to break in., these are expensive around £80, rare, but top of the Marshtown range.
i have a Marshalltown flexi, the type that the tang is stuck to the blade. again the best flexi trowel that i have used. both trowels are 13inch. my favourite size trowel.
 
All depends on the man holding the trowel, everyone has their own set up. As I get longer in the tooth I’m looking to try and take some of the hard labour out of the process. They are good for the final trowel, never try to pull the corners in with them. If it works for you then happy days.
 

MakeItSmooth

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I’ve always stuck to a Marshalltown from start to finish till my mate showed me the Marshalltown xtralite which I use for last 2 trowels slight flex but not to flexible lovely trowel.

Want to buy one

Worth it mate, I tried a refina s*p*r*lex before that couldn’t get used to if far to flexy


Here it comes...

No I got one. You want to.buy it

The digital <trowel> pimp, hard at work! :ROFLMAO:

 

Quinny

Member
As i get older and even more knackered i find final trowel with flexi makes my poor elbow a n shoulder a little less painful.
 
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