Tools for plastering – the complete checklist

With careful planning, you can avoid unnecessary interruptions in the spackling work and reduce the risk of making mistakes. Our checklist includes what you need for a successful result – everything from wide filling knifes to extension poles.

  1. Wide filling knife


    Is it time to start spackling? Read our step-by-step guide for the best results.
    Använd två spacklar vid bredspackling

    Wide stainless steel filling knife, with handle designed for optimal grip and control. Use to fill larger holes and uneveness. Can be used with an extension pole for extra reach over large areas. We recommend that you use two wide filling knifes of different widths.

  2. Hinged sanding tool

    Used for sanding and cleaning after spackling. Adapted for both ordinary abrasive paper and abrasive paper with Velcro. Adjustable and lockable handle that can also be mounted on an extension pole for extra reach on large surfaces, especially at height.

  3. Microfiber cloth

    Coarse microfibre cloth in highly absorbent material used to wipe away sanding dust. Captures both small and large dust particles and effectively removes dirt, stains and grease.

  4. Snap-off knife

    Skär för att jämna ut gipsskivorna

    Single snap-off blade knife with easy-grip handle and 18 mm blade that locks automatically. Used to remove damaged plaster, cut wallpaper and in many other situations. When the blade becomes dull, break it off to get a new sharp surface.

  5. Extension pole

    Combine with wide filling knifes, brushes and many other tools to extend the reach by 115-197 cm. Features an easy-grip rubber handle and a smart click system that makes it easy to switch between tools.