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    Default outside corner trowel


    are corner trowels any good rollers are they better to use.
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    Waste of time .

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    And money.
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    Bit one, use once, chuck in back of van forever!

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    there only good for planting bulbs in the garden, waste of money

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    Quote Originally Posted by keco drywall taper View Post
    there only good for planting bulbs in the garden, waste of money
    Or you could use it as a pooper scooper..
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    Total crap save your hard earned

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    more used for plastering internals, but we do sell alot of versa trowel, marshaltown adjustable internal and the black rubber 'bat' knife for jointing internal off angles etc
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    i dont think ive ever seen anyone use an external float....... theres no real need for it "float" one side then the other easy

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    Default External corner trowels

    I dont often use this but when high up and use it to build a dummy edge for finishing when its been smashed and cant get it repaired.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ALROH57 View Post
    I dont often use this but when high up and use it to build a dummy edge for finishing when its been smashed and cant get it repaired.

    i dont get this..... if the corner was smashed then the external tape would be buggerd which would result in having to remove the corner tape and have to replace it? that is if you use external steel tape?

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