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Shop for Mortar Rakes

toolbox Have a look in your tool box. You may not have an angle grinder but you may have one of the other power tool options. If this is the case, your choice of mortar rake may be aided by what you already have.
solid carbide four flute mortar raking bit Used with – Angle grinder.

Made from – Solid carbide.

Can go straight into mortar.

mortar raking finger Used with – Angle grinder.

Made from – Steel body with tungsten carbide grain covering.

Best to pre-drill a starting hole as the length of this accessory makes it liable to snap.

Mortar Rake Cutter Used with – Angle grinder.

Made from – Steel body with tungsten carbide tip.

Can go straight into mortar.

diamond mortar raking bit  Used with – Angle grinder.

Made from -Steel body coated with long lasting coarse diamond particles, with a tungsten carbide tip.

Can go straight into mortar.

masonry and mortar router bit Used with – Power drill

Made from – Steel body and a tungsten carbide tip.

Can go straight into mortar.

mortar raking core Used with – SDS plus drill.

Made from – Steel body coated with carbide grit.

Can go straight into mortar.

  So Remember your A, B, C  when  choosing a mortar rake tool— A—Area of mortar you’ll be removing B—Blend of mortar you’ll be removing C—Choice of power tools you have and whether they are suitable for the area / blend of mortar you will be working on