A: The diameter of the handle is 1.5 inches.
A: This is for use with a trowel when spreading mud.
A: It is for holding mud when you are doing work on drywall so you don't have to be constantly scooping from the bucket.
A: I used it for cement wall finish (mud). I piled a nice mound of mud with a spatula and proceeded to apply to the wall.
A: I believe that it’s intended to be used as a leveling device when installing tile, but I just needed a strong piece of metal and it was the perfect size for my project
A: It's used in falconry instead of falconry gloves that typically are made of leather and rather costly. This gives your bird a place to perch without harming your limbs with it's sharp talons. The aluminum does a good job of shielding your hand.
A: To hold mud for drywall or brick work as you draw from it with other application tools.
|Brand||Anvil||Anvil||Bon Tool||Bon Tool|
|Name||12.5 in. Aluminum Drywall Hawk||13 in. x 13 in. Aluminum Hawk||13 in. x 13 in. Poly Foam Hawk||10 in. x 10 in. Aluminum Hawk with Comfort Grip Handle|
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