How it works :
4 steps to perfect Quoin Stones
- Places laths vertically on front and gable end elevations.
- Mark them.
- Fill out laths, straighten and square corner with float finish.
- 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
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…
Using the Plastermate alongside the newly created ashlar tool, a perfect 5mm x 20mm ashlar is achieved every time without the need for laths.
Using sand & cement
Traditionally ashlar cuts in sand and cement we’re created using 2″ x 1″ splayed laths…
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.
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