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Theres a Better Way

There's a Better Way: Custom Drywall Taping Tool

comments (2) May 13th, 2009 in Blogs
grateful.ed Chuck Miller, editor at large

Video Length: 1:39
Produced by: John Ross

Taping an odd, angled inside corner on a wall or ceiling can be difficult, so James LaGrotta of Boonton Township, N.J., devised a better way to create straight, smooth, uniform curved joints with very little fuss. As Chuck Miller demonstrates, in just a few steps, Jim's tip saves time, money, and a lot of frustration.

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Comments (2)

JFink JFink writes: I've thought about doing the same thing with a throw-away plastic taping knife in order to get into those impossibly tight inside corners. For instance, where a wall meets a cathedral ceiling.
Posted: 11:57 am on May 21st

arpad420 arpad420 writes: This is a most brilliant idea and will be well used in upcoming projects. Thank You
Posted: 2:02 am on May 16th

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