— This is an ordinary tool for holding mortar --you know, when it's difficult to keep hold of it. It's easier to hold it from beneath, but it's not really comfortable to do so. I had to make this wide part big so that it holds a large amount. This is the most primitive solution, of course. You can make it more complicated, make it closer together, make a joint from two pieces of wood, make one surface like this and another perpendicular. But that's difficult. I'd spend a day on that. But on this little thing I only spent about twenty minutes. No, not even twenty. Five. But, well, it's kind of just for one time; use it and toss it. When you need something like this quickly you want to spend as little time as possible, so you don't waste much time. But this one stayed around for some reason. The less time you spend on it, the easier it is to throw it out. It's because it's disposable, disposable, disposable! (...) Just for personal use. The mortar goes here. You carry it to the wall and start applying it. The wood here is just an ordinary bit of wood – not even lumber. Just a bit cut out of a wall, or what's it called... I've completely forgotten. Oh yeah a beam, fifteen by fifteen. A solid, strong piece of wood. You cut a piece of it off… I chopped it off with an axe. And here at the top there are a couple of nails.