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What else can brick rakes be called?

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Photo image of a brick rake Although most brick rakes have the same basic design, there are lots of slight variations.
Wonkee Donkee image of a brick rake in action Despite these variations –  they are all designed to do the same job – rake mortar!

Brick jointers

Wonkee Donkee image of a brick jointer in action However, some types of mortar rake have the secondary function of smoothing the freshly laid mortar between the bricks. This is the same function as a ‘brick joint trowel’.
Below are some examples of other names that brick rakes come under
Photo image of a brick joint raker “Brick joint raker”
Photo image of a chariot style brick rake “Chariot style brick rake”
Wonkee Donkee image of a mortar joint raker “Mortar joint raker” – the ball on the end of many brick rake handles such as this one is an aesthetic feature rather than functional.
Wonkee Donkee image of different types of brick rake The only difference among brick rakes is the handle design. Some, with a curved handle design, work as a brick joint trowel smoothing out freshly laid mortar between the bricks. Whereas the actual body of the tool, the pin and the wheels, are all pretty much the same on any type of brick rake!