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6 in. Hammer-End Steel Joint Knife with Plastic Handle

$10.48
  • Spring steel blade provides great flexibility
  • Taper ground blade for professional results
  • Hammer end
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About This Product

The ANVIL spring steel joint knives offer the flexibility and feel that will satisfy even the most demanding users. Uniquely balanced with proper flexible blades to ensure perfect feathering and finishing. Crafted with a classic high impact plastic handle.

Highlights

  • Spring steel blade provides great flexibility
  • Taper ground blade for professional results
  • Available in 4 in. blade size
  • Hammer end
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Product Information

Internet # 316305467

Model # 92262

Store SKU # 1006225098

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Specifications

Dimensions

Blade Width (in.)

6

Product Depth (in.)

9.06 in

Product Height (in.)

9.06 in

Details

Blade Material

Carbon Steel

Drywall Features

Hammer End

Handle Material

Plastic

Product Weight (lb.)

0.30 lb

Returnable

90-Day

Tool Type

Joint Knife

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Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5

  • 4.5 out of 108 reviews
  • 95% recommend this product
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A well built joint knife
I received this anvil 4-in hammer and steel joint knife with plastic handle to do a little drywall repair. It's a good size for small repairs that a 10 inch knife would just be too big and a 1in. putty knife would just be too small. It has enough flexibility to work well to smooth and spread joint compound but it's stiff enough to use as a scraper as well I've done some sheetrocking but I'm not very fast at it and only do it for myself on my own house. But I'm sure I'll find many other uses for a good 4 inch joint knife.
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Smaller steel joint knife for smaller jobs
We have a variety of sizes of joint knives. Though years of renovating houses, we found the 4" knife is the best tool for patching cracks in plaster (we've tended to work on houses with mostly all plaster walls). The narrower surface leaves less mud overfill to sand smooth. You also don't need as much mud on the knife, so the smaller knife surface is ideal. Do take care on clean-up since we've had other steel knives develop rust if not dried thoroughly. Anvil may have a different process to combat this, but a little extra care makes steel knives last a lot longer.
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Good size, good weight, best tool for drywall taping
In renovating a dozen houses over the years, we've found decent tools are worth the investment. This 6" Steel Joint Knife performs very well on mudding joints and with filling in cracks in plaster. It takes some care on clean-up - be sure and dry it well. I can't speak specifically for the Anvil brand but we had other steel joint knives which rusted if not dried thoroughly. It's heavier than plastic joint knives and has a larger face. If you have serious drywall work to do, invest in this!
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Great Mud Knife
We used our Anvil 6 in. Hammer-End Steel Joint Knife on the "slightly" damaged walls our son left behind. The Anvil joint knife worked really well on the deep holes and trenches. The blade is flexible making feathering the mud easier (see photo). It is light in the hand as well. The steel hammer end worked great pushing back the anchor holes. Overall would recommend the Anvil 6 in. Hammer-End Steel Joint Knife if you have mud work to do.
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Great Knife!!!
The Anvil Joint Knife is a great knife that comes in many sizes; I particularly like the 4” because it’s easy to handle and fits in my tool belt or toolbox. It’s made from carbide steel and the handle is hard plastic. It’s a comfortable grip and has a metal end for tapping the knife for light chipping and prying. The width is perfect for putting joint compound over a taped seam.
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Used this a lot Great tool
This Joint Knife was perfect for my small job today. It's strong and very well made, I used it to mud my window sill on the lower window and the face on the upper picture window framing. Also used to fill cracks between the old wall and new drywall. It is perfect size to scope out the mud from the box and put in the mud tray. It also worked great for taping the cracks and mudding the screws
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Good feel in the hand.
The Anvil 6 inch hammer-end steel joint knife with plastic handle has a good feel in the hand. It is well balanced and with the steel end is versatile in the event of needing to tap with a hammer for scraping. The blade at 6 inches wide is a good size for joint tape work and also works well to do drywall finish work of filling crevasses or nail holes.
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  • Recommended
Nice feel, easy to clean
I am doing over a kitchen backsplash and needed to remove the old Formica backsplash. With this knife I was able to get under the old backsplash and if I needed to I was able to use a hammer on the butt end to get a little more leverage. Once the old backsplash was off I used this in addition to two other size knifes to add a skim coat of joint compound to smooth out the dry wall. I liked the flex in the blade, it made it easier to smooth out the compound. My other knife has a rubber handle, although it is more comfortable to use it is much harder to clean. If you wash off and dry the knife after each use it won't let you down.
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Works great
I am doing over a kitchen backsplash and needed to remove the old Formica backsplash. With this knife I was able to get under the old backsplash and if I needed to I was able to use a hammer on the butt end to get a little more leverage. Once the old backsplash was off I used this in addition to two other size knifes to add a skim coat of joint compound to smooth out the dry wall. I liked the flex in the blade, it made it easier to smooth out the compound. My other knife has a rubber handle, although it is more comfortable to use it is much harder to clean. If you wash off and dry the knife after each use it won't let you down.
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Well Built
The Anvil 6 inch Joint knife has a plastic handle and metal blade. It has a steel hammer end built into the handle for setting drywall nails if needed. It has just the right amount of flexibility to drag down joint compound yet sturdy enough for everyday use. This joint knife could also be used for scrapping paint and other uses. I think this tool will last a long time even with everyday use.
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