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Lime Mortar Basics
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Salt and Historic Masonry
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Diamond Grinder Blade
Use this Diamond Grinder Blade on your right angle drill to prepare the joints for new mortar. Center cut the joints and hand remove the remaining mortar for best results.
will sweep out all those hard to reach crevices in brick and stone to get them spic and span!
Carbide Stone Hammer
The concave carbide chisel face and chisel end make this hammer a must for reshaping stones for every stone mason! Re-sharpen ends with a silicon carbide wheel to keep your hammer in top performance.
Estwing Brick Hammer
This Estwing Brick Hammer has a square head and a chisel side for delicate hammering, scoring brick or rock, and scraping mortar off the faces of masonry. Made in the USA!
This strong sturdy Lid Claw removes bucket lids quickly and easily! Save your fingers from prying open bucket tops!
We recommend using this scratch Awl for removing mortar in tough to reach places. Great for removing the head joints in brick.
Wood Line Block
Use our Wood Line Blocks (2 blocks per package), with
to have the perfect guideline for every job! Use to set an honest line.
6 in 1 Tool
is perfect for scraping old paint off of bricks, removing loose mortar between brick joints and for just about everything else you can think of! Made in Taiwan.
Use Mason’s Line to primarily lay brick, and stone. When using a Mason’s Line correctly, you’ll have a straight line for laying and you won’t need your leveling tools as often. This speeds up the job!
Use this high quality Plugging Chisel to carefully remove mortar from the head joints of bricks.
3/16″ x 10″
for thoroughly mixing lime products. Attach to your heavy duty angle drill and mix right in the bucket!
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