Triangular Carbide Rasp 75mm MT1-AC04



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    Triangular Carbide Rasp 75mm
    Compatible with +Ion Multi-tools (MT1 & MT3) and AC20 Universal Blade Adaptor
    AC04-D

    Triangular Carbide Rasp 75mm MT1-AC04

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    Triangular Carbide Rasp 75mm



    Sand down cement, concrete, stone, plaster, tile adhesive, paint and wood; use the carbide rasp to save yourself time and difficult manual work.



    Can be used to flatten large surfaces, the carbide rasp is a great all-round accessory for tiling and shaping. it can smooth adhesive glue and grind tiled edges to ensure a flat supporting surface when replacing tiles.



    Carbide is extremely hard wearing, so this blade should cut for many hours without a drop in performance.

     

    Compatible with the AC20 Universal Blade Adaptor, MT1 Multi2PRO and MT3 MultiPRO AC



    AC04-D

    CELAC04 Triangular Carbide Rasp 75mm
    Product Code AC04-D
    CEL category CEL +Ion
    Weight for shipping (kg) 0.04
    Recommended Price inc VAT £5.90
    Product Name AC04-D
    Description

    Triangular Carbide Rasp 75mm



    Sand down cement, concrete, stone, plaster, tile adhesive, paint and wood; use the carbide rasp to save yourself time and difficult manual work.



    Can be used to flatten large surfaces, the carbide rasp is a great all-round accessory for tiling and shaping. it can smooth adhesive glue and grind tiled edges to ensure a flat supporting surface when replacing tiles.



    Carbide is extremely hard wearing, so this blade should cut for many hours without a drop in performance.

     

    Compatible with the AC20 Universal Blade Adaptor, MT1 Multi2PRO and MT3 MultiPRO AC



    AC04-D

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