Marshalltown Stainless Steel Jointing Knife (W)102mm

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0035965063067
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With a 102mm blade, this stainless steel jointing knife from Marshalltown with it's high carbon mirror finish is suitable for filling gaps and holes in drywalls around your home, and comes with a plastic hammer end handle. The hammer end handle gives this product added versatility, perfect for proper nail setting.

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Features and benefits

Stainless steel blade will not rust

Technical specifications

Technical specification of Marshalltown Stainless Steel Jointing Knife (W)102mm
Brand Marshalltown
Construction material Stainless steel
Finish High carbon mirror
Handle material Plastic
Blade size 102mm

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Please note that this item comes with possible health and safety hazards. Refer to the container for full information and always follow the instructions.

  • Caution not suitable for under 21

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