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Plastic Palette Knife

by Jack Richeson

One-piece molded plastic knives are rustproof and more economical and safer to use than metal knives. From left to right in the picture, the knives are: 3 1/4 in. scotty; 3 1/2 in. flat; 3 in. wide trowel; 2 1/2 in. trowel; 2 in. thin trowel.

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Wade F. from Shakopee, MN says:

If you're working with acrylics, these are wonderful. After mixing with them, the paint wipes off easily- no need to wash them. They flex quite a bit, which is great for mixing, but using them to paint...[more]

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Plastic Palette Knife flat 3 1/2 in. flat 3 1/2 in. 500850 $2.00 $1.72 14% Off $1.52 24% Off
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Plastic Palette Knife scotty 3 1/4 in. scotty 3 1/4 in. 500889 $2.00 $1.72 14% Off $1.52 24% Off
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Plastic Palette Knife trowel 2 in. wide trowel 2 in. wide 500825 $2.00 $1.72 14% Off $1.52 24% Off
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Plastic Palette Knife trowel 3 in. trowel 3 in. 500868 $2.00 $1.72 14% Off $1.52 24% Off
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Plastic Palette Knife trowel 2 1/2 in. thin trowel 2 1/2 in. thin 500821 $2.00 $1.72 14% Off $1.52 24% Off

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Rated by: Wade F. in Shakopee, MN
If you're working with acrylics, these are wonderful. After mixing with them, the paint wipes off easily- no need to wash them. They flex quite a bit, which is great for mixing, but using them to paint with if you need something sturdy can be tricky.
Rated by: Clay R. in Saint louis, MO
I love these scotty style knives for mixing and sometimes applying; putties and touch up colors. It seems quite difficult to keep enough of them around to have one always handy ... so I am ordering them by the dozens. They also double as detail tools for plastering and drywall mud work.
Rated by: Christine S. in Tucson, AZ
We use these in mass quantities for the Foundation courses here at the University; the students have readily accessible tools without worrying about losing track of them or purchasing more expensive knives over and over again.

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