Quikrete plastic cement, Quikrete concrete and stucco information

Quikrete plastic cement, Quikrete concrete and stucco information

Hello everyone, as I tell folks., have questions ask me, I type with two fingers but Jason is damned good on the camera and does not mind downloading my answers to your questions, so just ask, make certain the questions are difficult just to make my day!

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How to fix a useless, beat up, warped, crooked, stucco hawk

How to fix a useless, beat up, warped, crocked, stucco hawk
Howdy do dudes and ladies too,
A year or so ago I explained what my pal Fred Smith fought me over 30 years ago,
If interested and you have trowel that is crocked like a dogs hind leg or worse yet a politician or maybe bent, cockeyed and or simply in need of big time straightening type in, (How to fix a bent stucco or plaster trowel) and that video will explain how to fix it.
Please note, that video shows a trowel which is steel and the arm which is made of cast iron metal which is then riveted to the steel, when hit at a certain spot you can control the direction of the bend in the trowel.
However a hawk is usually made up of magnesium, what is this?
I don’t know either but I do know that you can pound this with a sledgehammer till the sun sets and this beat up hawk will still be useless for fine plastering like veneers and other finishes.
Can I do these finishes with a beat up hawk, be real of course, I’m a professional.
The bottom line is we save much more time with tools that are true [Read more...]

Dewalt Drill in a bucket from Westside building materials

Dewalt Drill in a bucket from Westside building materials

Hello everyone, in this goofy short video I am simply saying check your truck to make certain you have all the tools necessary for the job you going to, now I have about 4 drills, well better too many than not enough. fact is both Jason and I have a check list prior to leaving our home and still forgot, if i continue to do stupid stuff like this in the future thats when you know it’s time to think about retiring.

Please also see our web site at http://www.StuccoPlastering.com
Kirk Giordano Plastering Inc.
Thanks for watching and have a great day!
Kirk & Jason Giordano’s DIY plastering network
Plastering tutorials, DIY plastering networks, DIY stucco networks

Dewalt Drill in a bucket from Westside building materials

Dewalt Drill in a bucket from Westside building materials

Dewalt Drill in a bucket from Westside building materials

Hello everyone, in this goofy short video I am simply saying check your truck to make certain you have all the tools necessary for the job you going to, now I have about 4 drills, well better too many than not enough. fact is both Jason and I have a check list prior to leaving our home and still forgot, if i continue to do stupid stuff like this in the future thats when you know it’s time to think about retiring.

Please also see our web site at http://www.StuccoPlastering.com
Kirk Giordano Plastering Inc.
Thanks for watching and have a great day!
Kirk & Jason Giordano’s DIY plastering network
Plastering tutorials, DIY plastering networks, DIY stucco networks

Dewalt Drill in a bucket from Westside building materials

How to fix a useless, beat up, warped, crooked, stucco hawk

How to fix a useless, beat up, warped, crocked, stucco hawk
Howdy do dudes and ladies too,
A year or so ago I explained what my pal Fred Smith fought me over 30 years ago,
If interested and you have trowel that is crocked like a dogs hind leg or worse yet a politician or maybe bent, cockeyed and or simply in need of big time straightening type in, (How to fix a bent stucco or plaster trowel) and that video will explain how to fix it.
Please note, that video shows a trowel which is steel and the arm which is made of cast iron metal which is then riveted to the steel, when hit at a certain spot you can control the direction of the bend in the trowel.
However a hawk is usually made up of magnesium, what is this?
I don’t know either but I do know that you can pound this with a sledgehammer till the sun sets and this beat up hawk will still be useless for fine plastering like veneers and other finishes.
Can I do these finishes with a beat up hawk, be real of course, I’m a professional.
The bottom line is we save much more time with tools that are true [Read more...]