bricklaying (pointing)

Pointing bricks and should be setting your joints to a gap of 10mm then point the brickwork before the mortar sets.


Pointing the joints in the brickwork using an iron is one way to point brickwork

   flush joint for rustic bricks or to give a smooth surface
   raked joints dont dispel water very well so consider the use of made with a chariot
   V-joint made with a shaped pointing tool sheds water well
   weather-struck joint suitable for houses so as to allow the rain to run off the face of the brickwork
   round iron joint or bucket handle joint as above this can also be made with a piece of hose


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