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Internet # 100660218

Model # 022-076-HD

Store SKU # 772480

$10.48
  • Soft-grip handle is slip-resistant for a comfortable grip
  • Features hammer-end to reset nail
  • High carbon-steel flexible blade gives full control
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About This Product

This 6 in. Hammer-End Joint Knife features a high carbon steel blade and cast metal hammer-end. It offers proper flex and smooth feathered finish. It is wear resistant, abrasion and damage from most common paint thinners. Enjoy the rubber soft-grip handle for added support.

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Product Information

Internet # 100660218

Model # 022-076-HD

Store SKU # 772480

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Specifications

Dimensions

Blade Width (in.)

6

Product Depth (in.)

0.75 in

Product Height (in.)

8.5 in

Details

Blade Material

Carbon Steel

Drywall Features

Comfort Grip, Hammer End

Handle Material

Plastic

Product Weight (lb.)

0.28 lb

Returnable

90-Day

Tool Type

Joint Knife

Questions & Answers

2Questions
caret
Q:Mi tape is 2 in
by|Oct 18, 2016
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A:  Yeah, kinda. For a few hours. Then rusts and the handle falls off. It's never sharp OR flat. So it works for finishing for about 3 hours. Then throw it away and buy a real one.

by|Jul 26, 2020

    A:  Excellent for patching small holes and cracks on plaster, drywall walls.

    by|Dec 20, 2022
    caret
    Q:Anyone else had a problem with rust? I used it twice, cleaned and stored properly each time.
    by|Mar 14, 2016
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    A:  too new to tell

    by|Nov 12, 2019

      A:  Yes.

      by|Nov 24, 2018

        A:  Yes, These tools are Chinese crap. They start rusting almost immediately. I think Homedepot needs to purchase higher quality sheetrock tools.

        by|Jun 30, 2019
          1 found this answer helpful

          A:  It's important to wash ams dry before storing. I previously had one rust. Bought a new one.

          by|Oct 8, 2019

            A:  Yes. I did.

            by|Oct 23, 2018
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            Customer Reviews

            4.2 out of 5

            • 4.2 out of 457 reviews
            • 68% recommend this product
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            Rusting instantly
            Poor quality material. This is not stainless steel. It rusted right after first use.
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              Great for small patching
              I used this when covering up holes from previously removed trim. Worked perfectly. Also works well when I patched up some larger holes in the wall.
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              horrible
              Almost threw it in fhe garbage. The sticker does not come off. One star to the knife and five stars to Goo Gone
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              This review is from 4 in. Hammer-End Joint Knife
                Metal is junk and sticker doesn't come off. Cleaned every time, but rust started forming even bef...
                Metal is junk and sticker doesn't come off. Cleaned every time, but rust started forming even before I started using it just from humidity in air. Look at the comparison between this product at top after 3rd day of use and a stainless steel tool at bottom (which is years old). Night and day difference...do yourself a favor and get a stainless steel one.
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                  This product rusted and fell apart after one use. Handle is loose. Rused AND pitted. Still have ...
                  This product rusted and fell apart after one use. Handle is loose. Rused AND pitted. Still have sticker residue somehow, I used Goo Gone and Acetone, and it's still there. Ridiculous. It's a 12 dollar drywall knife. I have one from the dollar store that has lasted 4 months now, and looks to be in better condition.
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                  This review is from 4 in. Hammer-End Joint Knife
                    Basic knife for spreading(mud) compound. Works well.
                    Basic knife for spreading(mud) compound. Works well.
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                    • Recommended
                    this is a durable and easy to use knife
                    this is a durable and easy to use knife
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                    • Recommended
                    Worked great in kitchen over haul
                    DId the job. Used 5 gallons of drywall spakle with it
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                    2 found this review helpful
                    This knife is perfect for your second coat of mud for drywall tape. For corners it gives enough coverage to blend a perfect edge. The rigidity of this knife also makes for quick removal of loose and flaking paint. Very well made knife that will last for many years.
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