The Rounded Edge Drywall Tool is a drywall finishing knife with rounded corners to aid in reducing the occurrence of ridges and seams.
Inventor Joe L. Wilson, a home improvement contractor from East Elmhurst, NY has created a drywall finishing knife with rounded corners to aid in reducing the occurrence of seams and ridges.
Nothing beats having the right tool for a job. The proper tool can save time, money, produce a higher quality job, reduce damage to equipment, and provide for the increased safety of the worker. One tool commonly associated with the dry-walling trade, is the drywall finishing knife. It is used in multiple aspects of drywall work including tape applications, scraping, and in the application of drywall compound. It is during the application of drywall compound where the occurrence of seams or ridges becomes apparent. This requires the worker to go back over the wet compound to remove them at the possible risk of generating more. The worker could wait until the compound dries, and then sand them, but this solution is even more labor intensive. Inventor Wilson has created a means by which seams and edges introduced into drywall compound by drywall finishing knives can be reduced.
This clever new invention has rounded outer corners. It is provided in multiple widths. It does not leave hard seams. It is for use by do-it-yourselfers as well as professionals. It saves time and money. The use of the Rounded Edge Drywall Tool reduces the occurrence of seams and ridges in drywall compound, thus providing for a higher quality of performance in less time.