How it works :

4 steps to perfect Quoin Stones

  1. Places laths vertically on front and gable end elevations.
  2. Mark them.
  3. Fill out laths, straighten and square corner with float finish.
  4. Allow plaster to stiffen, then utilising the special plaster mate tool, create the Quoin stones effect.

It’s that easy!

Plastermate is adjustable to allow a varied depth of cut, while maintaining a precise depth angle of 35º

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Ashlar Cuts

Using Monocouche Render

Traditionally ashlar cuts in monocouche render were formed by applying 23mm of render to the wall, then using a 2×1 lath fixed along the chalk line, an ashlar cutter tool was drawn along to create a 5mm cut…

…No More

Using the Plastermate alongside the newly created ashlar tool, a perfect 5mm x 20mm ashlar is achieved every time without the need for laths.

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Using sand & cement

Traditionally ashlar cuts in sand and cement we’re created using 2″ x 1″ splayed laths…

…No More

Plastermate comes with a specially designed trowel allowing ashlar cuts to be created  quickly and easily.

Once the second coat of plaster is applied simply straighten, flat and mark a  chalk line. Offer up the tool, and with the specially designed tool, create the Ashlar.

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Can you afford not to have it?

With Plastermate you don’t need to :

>> Use Machine Laths

>> Erect laths

>> Fill in between laths

>> Get laths to sit level on scratch or external corners

>> Strip laths after application

>> Clean laths after application

>> Fill in between quoins

>> Worry about breaking edges or corners

Plastermate Saves You Money!

>> Plastermate is a brand new tool

>> Developed by plasters for plasters

>> Designed to save professional plasterers time and money

>> Save at least 50% of your time and 75% of your costs

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