trowel finish

trowel finish

A smooth-finished surface produced by troweling.
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A smooth, steel trowel finish is too slippery for outdoor concrete.
"We opted for a smooth trowel finish, which resembles concrete but looks nicer," Hecht says.
This a slightly roughened surface is created by acid eating away the smooth trowel finish on a slab.
It can be used to create a smooth, broom, float or trowel finish on foundations, walls, sidewalks, driveways, steps or floors.
of wet mix shotcrete, which contractor SPA Skateparks worked to Class A steel trowel finishes. Accounting for almost 50 percent of an 1,800-yd.