Application tools for Tile fixing
A notch trowel is a tool used for spreading tile adhesive or mortar evenly over a surface. It is commonly used in construction, tiling and flooring installation. The trowel has a flat, rectangular blade with notches on one or both sides. These notches create ridges in the adhesive or mortar, which helps to create an even layer of the material. The size and shape of the notches on the trowel can vary, depending on the type of tile adhesive being used and the surface being covered. A notch trowel is an essential tool for ensuring a proper bond between the surface and the material being applied.
A rubber mallet is a type of hammer that has a head made of rubber or other non-metallic material, such as plastic or wood. Unlike traditional metal hammers, rubber mallets are designed to prevent damage to surfaces they come into contact with.
Tile spacers are small, plastic devices that are used to ensure consistent spacing between tiles during installation. They are typically inserted between tiles as they are laid and help to keep the tiles at a uniform distance from one another. Tile spacers come in a variety of sizes, ranging from 1/16 inch to 1/2 inch, and are commonly available in cross, T, or plus shapes.