putty knife


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putty knife

n.
A tool having a flat flexible blade, used for scraping and applying putty.

put′ty knife`


n.
a tool for puttying, having a broad flexible blade.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.putty knife - a spatula used to mix or apply puttyputty knife - a spatula used to mix or apply putty
spatula - a hand tool with a thin flexible blade used to mix or spread soft substances
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Pry out at least some of the raised material with a thin putty knife. Then, using a broad putty knife, test whether the wallpaper lifts easily.
Using a spatula or putty knife, scrape the majority of the paste and paint away; discard in the trash.
If you find any cracks or holes, use your putty knife to put some wood filler in there and sand it smooth once it dries.
These include a small shovel, a water bucket, an ordinary table knife, a putty knife, a plastic container to make small bricks, and your hands.
Use the brass putty knife and brass wire brush (Fig.
If the mosaic band is glass tile or thin mosaic, he flattens this layer of thin-set with a flat putty knife.
What to sell: wood putty, putty knife, sandpaper, exterior primer, exterior paint, cabinet knobs, hooks and shelving.
Use a putty knife to remove remaining caulk or glue.
Square packaging was developed to easily accommodate a three-inch putty knife, and the product's lid was created to be easier to open than traditional spackling products that require a putty knife to remove the lid.
FIX a leaking window - Use a putty knife to remove the old caulking on the part of the window that is leaking.
Plus, you'll need a putty knife to scrape the excess goop from your fingers once it dries.
Askew, who claimed he was owed pounds 200 for a work he had done on Mr Patterson's house, left him bleeding from the neck after jabbing him several times with the putty knife.