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Smaller, better mortar hoe

Short handle mortar hoe

If you often mix mortar or concrete in a wheelbarrow or in a mortar pan, using a standard hoe can be as maddening as trying to shovel debris off a floor with a spade. Fortunately, Bon Tool’s mortar hoe has rounded corners on all four sides, so it can fit snugly into the corners of wheelbarrows and mortar pans to scrape the surface clean.

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