Great width for doing drywall taping with spackle.
July 09, 2011
Verified Purchase & Recommended Product
When doing seams, a wider tool is indispensable
For doing a good job with limited sanding afterwards.
this wider tool allows you to spread a wider
Amount of spackle which cuts down on the
Need for 2nd coats.
I confess, I actually used this product as a tool for cutting in when I painted my baseboards. I have carpet in the room I used it in and was looking for something that would give me a straight line without having to tape or ruin the carpet. This fit the bill perfectly! The handle has a no slip grip and the knife is lightweight. You can tell the product is well made once you pick it up. I know it'll last me for years so it was worth the price.
picked up in store, one with mirror like finish and very smooth edge. Pleasure to work with, applies joint compound extremely smooth on par with my actual professional knife
Pro like finish
Pro like results
would recommend to anyone
This product really helps do the job easier. I used to to use a much narrower knife until a budd...
June 05, 2017
This product really helps do the job easier. I used to to use a much narrower knife until a buddy of mine who does professional tape jobs told me to go wider. It spreads the compound and tapers it so you use less coats and sand less. Great price too.
I was trying to get by just using a spackling knife to apply drywall compound to a few small repairs on the bathroom wall, and around a small taped area where I had to insert a piece of drywall to cover a hole. The spackling knife wasn't working well. I finally bought this taping knife and it did the job. I'm a beginner, and still learning the only way to get things done right is to use the right tools.
I felt like it was inexpensive and worked very well. I actually first used it to scrape popcorn ceilings and it worked very well for that. We then also used it when working on the walls and it has been fine.
his product helped me get the job done. Its rare to find a product that works as described but this one did. All I can say is it was so easy a caveman could of used it! Just clean it in some dish detergent water.