A: For the Husky 3-1/2 in. Stainless Steel Drywall Corner Tool, the smaller size is ideal for taping inside corners that are near door or window frames where the 5” will not fit. You could also use the 3.5” tool on the fist taping pass, then the 5” on the second coat to help feather the edges quickly.
A: I would use the 3½" to prefill, and 5" for tape
A: The corner tool is recommended for the finishing step of mudding inside corners. Once mud has been applied, use the tool to smooth mud into the seam.
A: Apply liberal mud to each face of the corner using a standard knife. Apply the trowel in the corner and draw continuously along the corner. Smooth using the corner trowel, feather using a standard knife.
A: Use the paper drywall tape and fill the corner with compound apply the tape evenly and after filling some on top of the tape, use the tool to perfect the corner, clean excess from the edges, and proceed as required to complete the corner to eliminate any excess. Do not use the fiber tape on corners it is very hard to work with, and bunches up easily.
|Brand||Husky||Wal-Board Tools||Wal-Board Tools||Anvil|
|Name||3-1/2 in. Stainless Steel Drywall Corner Tool||4 in. x 3.5 in. Inside Corner Tool Trowel||4 in. x 3.5 in. Outside Corner Tool||12.5 in. Aluminum Drywall Hawk|
|Tool Type||Corner Applicator||Corner Trowel||Corner Trowel||Hawk|
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