Maintain finishing equipment and tools in a clean and approved condition.
CONCRETE FINISHING CURB AND GUTTER
Round the edges of the gutter and top of the curb with an edging tool to a radius of 6mm (1/4 inch) or as otherwise detailed.
Float the surfaces and finish with a smooth wood or metal float until true to grade and section and unifonn in textures.
Finish the surfaces, while still wet, with a bristle type brush with longitudinal strokes.
Immediately after removing the front curb fonn, rub the face of the curb with a wood or concrete rubbing block and water until blemishes, fonn marks, and tool marks have been removed. Brush the surface, while still wet, in the same manner as the gutter and curb top.
Except at grade changes or curves, finished surfaces shall not vary more than 3 mm (l/8 inch) for gutter and 6 mm (114 inch) for top and face of curb, when tested with a 3000 mm (10 foot) straightedge.
Remove and reconstruct irregularities exceeding the above for the full length between regularly scheduled joints.
Correct any depressions which will not drain.
Visible surfaces and edges of finished curb, gutter, and combination curb and gutter shall be free of blemishes, fonn marks, and tool marks, and shall be unifonn in color, shape, and appearance.
CONCRETE FINISHING PEDESTRIAN PAVEMENT
Walks, Grade Slabs, Wheelchair Curb Ramps: 1, Finish the surfaces to grade and cross section with a metal float, trowled smooth and finished with a broom moistened with clear water.
Brooming shall be transverse to the line of traffic.
Finish all slab edges, including those at fonned joints, carefully with an edger having a radius as shown on the Drawings.
Unless otherwise indicated, edge the transverse joints before brooming. The brooming shall eliminate the flat surface left by the surface face of the edger. Execute the