When your mortar is starting to set, use these jointers to smooth, compress, and shape the mortar in the joint to help prevent water from seeping into the joint after it's dried and to create a finished look. These small S-shaped tools have two heads, and one head is pressed against the mortar to finish the joint. The heads may have a flat profile for creating a flat, smooth surface on the joint, or a curved profile for creating a U-shaped groove in the joint. The shape of the tool provides good control over the angle and force when compressing the mortar.
For Grooving Mortar
These jointers have two U-shaped heads and will create a rounded indentation in a mortar joint when pressed against mortar that is just starting to set.
For Smoothing Mortar
Use these jointers to smooth and compress mortar into joints as it's starting to set. They have two flat heads and will not leave an indentation in the mortar.