The finishing of joints along the center lines with a narrow ridge of putty or fine lime mortar.
The re-grouting of defective mortar joints in a masonry or brick wall.
The repair of a mortar joint. First the joint is cleaned of loose debris, then new mortar of the same composition of the original is added back into the joint.
Mason term used for describing the act of placing mortar into a joint with the use of a pointed trowel. Usually done during a repair of an item like a chimney. French (Insertion de jointoiement)
The filling in with fresh mortar of cut-out or defective mortar joints in masonry.
(1) troweling mortar into a joint after masonry units are laid; (2) final treatment of joints in cut stonework. Mortar or a putty-like filler is forced into the joint after the stone is set.
The final tooling or pointing of a raked out mortar joint.
The process of removing deteriorated mortar from the surface of an existing brick wall, and inserting fresh mortar.