Weather Struck Pointing
Requires a lot of skills and experience to get the necessary results. In this type of pointing, the mortar is first pressed into raked joints. After that mortar is smoothed to get even surface of the pointing lines. The bottom edge is then neatly trimmed with a sharp knife and straight edge. Thus the joint is finished sloping from the top of the joint to its bottom. This type of pointing will give great resistance to adverse weather.