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Maintaining, Storing, and Replacing Tools

To keep tools in good working order, implement common best practices and good habits. Regular inspection of tools will indicate when they need repair or replacement. Concrete tools should be rinsed and wiped off after every use. Use a stiff or wire brush to force concrete chips and pieces from the surface of the tools and handle. If concrete does attach to tools, use a mild concrete dissolver to remove deposits.

Concrete is a messy business, and your tools can take a beating. After cleaning and drying, store them in toolboxes or bags to keep them away from the elements. Ensure they are dry to prevent the metal from rusting and the wood from rotting or molding. Proper storage will extend their longevity and effectiveness.

Tools need to be replaced when they can no longer do the job for which they are intended. Regular cleaning and inspection and proper storage will make them last, but eventually most tools will need replacement. Check concrete tools for broken handles, sharp edges, or worn-out areas. Check your bull, channel, hand, and darby floats for uneven edges. Warped or damaged floats will not leave the smooth surface required for a flat concrete slab.
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