Hart Quick-Tatch Trowel System

HART Quick-Tatch Trowel System Review

HART Tool Company launched in Los Angeles California in 1983 and started off as a hammer manufacturer. Fast forward to 2014 when Hart launched it’s Quick-Tatch, the Interchangeable Handle System line of professional tile tools. Hart has developed a game changer in the tile installation world.  Eliminating the handle on your trowels allows storage to be in one small bin is a tiller’s dream.

Hart Quick-Tatch Trowel System

HART Quick-Tatch Trowel System Components

  • Soft Grip Detachable Handle
  • 1/2″ x 1/2″ x 1/2″ Squared-Notch Trowel
  • 1/4″ x 1/4″ x 1/4″ Squared-Notch Trowel
  • 1/4″ x 3/8″ x 1/4″ Squared-Notch Trowel
  • 3/16″ x 5/32″ V-Notched Trowel
  • Gun Rubber Grout Float
  • Hart Quick-Tatch Storage Box

HART Quick-Tatch Storage Saver

If you place five trowels/floats (with handles) into a bucket it would fill up a 5 gallon bucket and that was how I used stored my tiling tools. With the HART Quick-Tatch System you are now able to place secure 5 trowel attachments into the storage box and lock one by sliding it over the top of the box. This prevents them from falling out and proves a handle for you to carry the kit. This method cuts down on space immensely.


Quick-Tatch Interchangeable Handle

With the removable handle you can interchange from trowel to trowel or trowel to float depending on the application you are doing. When you push the locking mechanism forward it releases the handle and the handle slides off the attachment. The groves on the attachments make alignment a snap. Once the handle is on the desired attachment pull the lever back towards the handle to secure it in place.

Hart Quick-Tatch Trowel System on the Jobsite

Tiling is not my favorite remodeling task, ask anyone that knows me. That being said, instead of outsourcing it I typically suck it up and just do it. During a kitchen remodel it came time for the backsplash and literally that day before the Hart Quick-Tatch arrived at my house. Installing 3″x6″ subway style tile, I used the 1/4″ notched trowel to apply the thinset. Once all the tile had set, the rubber grout float is used to apply the grout. Just having all the tile tools I need in one storage case was amazing. No more 5 gallon bucket with trowels, floats etc.


Hart Quick-Tatch Overall Impression

The HART Quick-Tatch Trowel System is a brilliant storage solution for your trowels and floats and is extremely affordable. Having all your tile tools readily available in one storage box eliminates the extra 5 gallon bucket I was lugging around. Anyone who is serious into tiling or does it for a living is urged to try this innovated Hart Quick-Tatch Trowel System.


HART Quick-Tatch Trowel System

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Scott Arnold

Contributing Editor Scott Arnold is the owner of Scott Arnold Remodeling LLC out of Waltham MA. Custom decks, fireplace makeovers, kitchens and bathrooms, Scott enjoys the frame to finish concept. Scott will share his perspective on tools as carpenter and remodeler here and on AConcordCarpenter.com

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