Rasps are used for shaping wood and some stones. Similar to a file, rasps feature a long bar with abrasive teeth. Rasps give you good control, and leave a very course surface behind (which may be smoothed later.) Used frequently in woodwork, farriers also use rasps to shape horse hoofs.
Marshalltown 14390Sale Price: $7.99In StockRemoves 45% more material per stroke than other popular rasps, Will not clog or collect dust, Works in both directions, Long-lasting premium stainless steel blade, Contoured DuraSoft® handle ensures a good grip, Ends of blade get into tight spaces, Sharp… Learn more about the Marshalltown 14390
Marshalltown 14589Sale Price: $7.99In StockSimply slide the PL589 under a sheet of drywall and step on the exposed handle to lift all standard sizes of drywall sheets, Bottom of the handle is a non-clogging drywall rasp with guides to keep you on the edges… Learn more about the Marshalltown 14589