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Putty spatula

Putty king spatula

Putty king spatula

Features

(1) The handle stands vertically, making it especially easy to apply putty to horizontal joints.
(2) The handle is light and slots neatly in the hand, so it is easy to apply putty.
(3) With a slightly hard blade, this spatula is more suited to stroking rather than piling on putty, so the applied putty is fainter at the sides. This makes papering easier after applying putty.

Axial putty spatula

Features

The blade extends outwards, making it easy to apply force on both the leading edges as well as making it easier to control. As a result, edge cutting is simpler to adjust.

Flat putty spatula I (Flex Point: Middle)

Features

(1) Easier to hold and apply force when applying putty due to its thicker grip.
(2) With previous grinded putty spatulas (images 1 and 2), the middle section of the spatula tip is soft and bends too much and curves, so it was difficult to create a flat finish on uneven areas. The flat putty spatula’s tip is thick and the position of the grinding part is in the middle, making it difficult to bend (images 3 and 4).
(3) There is an undercoating putty spatula (grinding part thickness: 0.34 mm) No.4 to No.6 and final coating putty spatula (grinding part thickness: 0.31 mm) No.6 to No.8.


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Flat putty spatula II (Flex Point: Middle)

Features

(1) Its lighter grip ensures that it will not hit one’s wrist when switching back. This spatula’s shape also makes it difficult to let slip.
(2) With previous grinded putty spatulas (images 1 and 2), the middle section of the spatula tip is soft and bends too much and curves, so it was difficult to create a flat finish on uneven areas. The flat putty spatula II’s tip is thick and the position of the grinding part is in the middle, making it difficult to curve (images 3 and 4).
(3) By simply changing the position of your finger placed on the blade, it can be used at your preferred pliability.


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Flat putty spatula III (Flex Point: Tip)

Features

With previous grinded putty spatulas (images 1 and 2), the middle section of the spatula tip is soft and bends too much and curves, so it was difficult to create a flat finish on uneven areas. The flat putty spatula III’s tip is thick and the position of the grinding part is in the tip, making it difficult to curve (images 3 and 4).


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Ceramic coated putty spatula

Features

A feature of this spatula is the stylish qualities of the coating applied to the blade.
It also has excellent release and abrasion resistance qualities, and it is easy to remove sticky substances such as putty.
The color of the blade is gold.

Chrome coated putty spatula

Features

A feature of this spatula is the stylish qualities of the coating applied to the blade.
It also has excellent release and abrasion resistance qualities, and it is easy to remove sticky substances such as putty.
The color of the blade is silver.

Corner putty spatula

Features

As its name suggests, this putty spatula is good for applying putty to corners.

This product is sold via Nitto Co., Ltd.

Melamine putty spatula

Features

The grip’s surface has been coated with melamine resin, so
(1) Putty stuck on the spatula can be removed by scraping it against another spatula without it getting scratched.
(2) Dirt such as putty can be easily washed off.
(3) The coating will not chip off like paint, so it can always be used in a clean state.

Double-ended ground spatula

Features

Very useful spatula that can be used for work in cramped spaces. In addition, its convenient size means that it will fit securely in your waist pouch.

Steel putty spatula

Features

A putty spatula made from steel.

Cross spatula

Features

A putty spatula with an easy-to-handle grip.