Question about RTO Plasplugs inc No. TLC207 Tile Cutter
Hello. The manufacturer's suggested method is to place the tool against the wall so that the "flats" fit into the corner resting against the wall. Then you push along the seam gathering the excess into the "shovel" area. check out this link for a visual: http://www.plasplugs.co.uk/tiling-silicone-sealant-finisher.html While this works, it does lead to some possible issues.
Firstly, if you're like me, you will have a fair bit more silicone/acrylic in the joint then the paddle will hold. Every time you remove and re-apply the paddle, you will get "ripples" in the seam. Here's a few tricks for these tools that I've learned along the way. And incidently, these work for other silicone tools as well.
Posted on Mar 20, 2011
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