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Model #19-044

Store SKU #765319

14 in. Blue Steel Blade Taping Knife

  • Soft grip of the handle prevents slippage to ensure safe use
  • Aluminum mounting adds strength and durability
  • Blue steel blade offers long service life
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Product Overview

Featuring Wall-Board Tools 14 in. Taping Knife with premium blue steel blade. This taping knife sports a soft- grip handle that provides slip-resistant and comfortable use. The knife mounting is tempered aluminum for added strength. One of the most lightweight knives on the market.
  • Blue steel blade
  • Tempered aluminum knife mounting
  • Soft-grip handle is slip resistant for a comfortable, sure grip
  • Ergonomic design for reduced fatigue
  • California residents

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Blade Width (in.)1214610
Blade MaterialSteelSteelCarbon SteelStainless Steel
Tool TypeJoint KnifeJoint KnifeJoint KnifeJoint Knife
Handle MaterialPlasticPlasticPlasticComfort Grip
Drywall FeaturesComfort GripComfort GripComfort Grip,Hammer EndComfort Grip
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Specifications

Dimensions

Blade Width (in.)
14
Product Depth (in.)
1
Product Height (in.)
9.25

Details

Blade Material
Steel
Drywall Features
Comfort Grip
Handle Material
Plastic
Product Weight (lb.)
0.661
Returnable
180-Day
Tool Type
Joint Knife

Questions & Answers

2Questions6Answers

Where is it made?

Asked by David December 17, 2020
1
Answer

The Wallboard Tool Co. 14 inch Blue Steel Blade Taping Knife sold at The Home Depot is Made in China.

How do you get the label off?

Asked by PeOwed October 15, 2015
5
Answers

Take a heat gun (or any other heat source) to it to weaken the sticky stuff on the label and then try peeling it off

Customer Reviews

  • 4.5
    out of 148 reviews
  • 88% recommend this product
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A must have
This is a must have product for doing joint work. It works very well for final coat and its nice to feather out. The handle is very ergonomic and does not cause your hands to get tired. I've had this for about 4 years now and it definitely meets my expectations. There isn't anything to dislike about this taping knife.
by RM33
3 people found this helpful
This is a must have tool when doing drywall finish. I use as the final coat on all tape joints to...
This is a must have tool when doing drywall finish. I use as the final coat on all tape joints to feather out the full 14" to make a seam disappear .
by Bad
1 person found this helpful
Great tool good grip your hands don't feel fatigue
Great tool good grip your hands don't feel fatigue
by handyman
1 person found this helpful
Good quality ...
Good quality
by Rey
Decided to take the popcorn of my ceilings in my house. This made the job easy! I was done in a...
Decided to take the popcorn of my ceilings in my house. This made the job easy! I was done in a jiffy. Just spray some water and get to scraping....................and then clean up your mess. Very sturdy taping knife. Easy to use.
by Scraper101
1 person found this helpful
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by Jj
Not a bad knife, I like the hand grip it’s...
Not a bad knife, I like the hand grip it’s very comfortable, blade is nice and partway stiff. Pretty good deal for 15 bucks
by Joe
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