No Nonsense Smoothing Tools Straight Joints (92313)

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No Nonsense Smoothing Tools Straight Joints (92313)

Kit containing 3 double-ended smoothing tools for straight joints in 5 sizes.

  • Gives a Professional Finish to Straight Joints

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Professional look Professional look to your sealant every time once you get the hang of them
Date published: 2022-05-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from What a difference!.... ...I had always used a wet finger for smoothing mastic and usually ended up in a mess. Decided to get these and used on a shower (corners, tray and door). Followed the instruction by frequent wiping excess mastic and keeping the tool damp. The results were sooooo much better. I wish I'd used them before.
Date published: 2022-04-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great little essential Fantastic finish from such a simple tool. Why didn't I think to invent this years ago?
Date published: 2022-04-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Product I would highly recommend this product it makes leaving a professional finish very easy, the silicone that I applied was faultlessly even. Great finish very happy.
Date published: 2022-03-20
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Can this silicone smoothing tool be use behind the taps of a bath, as it's a tight space?.

Asked by: Tavistock
Hello Tavistock, The thickest one in this set is 10mm thick (and the thinnest is 3mm) and although it will need to be angled when using, it should fit fairly small spaces. Without knowing the size of the space, it is difficult to provide a more accurate answer. Thank you for using Screwfix Q&A.
Answered by: JTremain
Date published: 2022-02-08

Does this work with painters chaulk ?

Asked by: Bigeddielarge
It might, and it might not. Caulk has a different consistency to silicone, and also 'skins' very quickly. It's 'possible' you could get it to work - perhaps by misting the caulk line with water before using this tool - but I SUSPECT it'll drag and just not work successfully. Certainly after a short while, probably just 10's of seconds, once it's started to skin, you'll be stuffed :-)
Answered by: DevsAd
Date published: 2021-10-28

Does the tool work on bathtubs?

Asked by: Dee1878
Yes - it's ideal for this.
Answered by: DevsAd
Date published: 2021-10-28

Are these a flexible rubber or hard plastic?

Asked by: TopDeck
It's a stiff-but-flexible rubber. NOT hard plastic. It NEEDS to have some flexibility to work - it makes a perfect contact with the surfaces you are siliconing. You can see how the outside edges taper? This provides the right amount of flexibility to make perfect contact with imperfect surfaces, and ensures the tool seals tightly along these surfaces as it's pulled along, giving the sili bead a sharp edge and leaving no residue on the surfaces. This wouldn't work without some flexibility. A wee tip: if you are, say, doing a long run like a bath-to-splashback seal, and mess up halfway along (or find you didn't apply enough sili so there's dips or gaps there), don't panic. Just carry on tooling that run, fill in any gaps with a little more sili, place the tool back before you get to the 'messed up bits, hold it LIGHTLY in place, NOT pressing down firmly, and start pulling it along again - you will likely find that it's not actually touching the nice bead you've just formed with it. Now, as you approach the newly-filled-messed-up bits, start to press the tool a little more firmly against both surfaces (eg the bath and tiles) until the tooling edge makes gentle contact with the pre-formed sili bead as you are still moving the tool, and it should 'land' without making a ripple and then go on to smooth out the bits you messed up the first time! Ie, you can control how much contact you make by pressing the tool gently or more firmly against the surfaces.
Answered by: DevsAd
Date published: 2021-10-28

What happens if you don't use soapy water with this?

Asked by: bann
Hi Bann, We would imagine the soapy water is to aid getting a smooth finish, and to stop the tools being dragged and ruining the finish. Thank you for using Q&A. PB
Answered by: Pebo
Date published: 2021-12-07
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Brand No Nonsense
Manufacturer Guarantee 1 Year Guarantee
Pack Size 1
Pieces in Pack/Case 1
Product Type Smoothing Tools Straight Joints

Product contents

3mm x 90°, 5mm x 45°, 6mm x 45°, 8mm x 45° and 10mm x 45°.