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    Default corner former tool


    anyone used this tool? www.cornerformertool.com

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    If that works, and for that money could be a very useful tool indeed 30 delivered, whos going first?
    www.dryliningfinisher.co.uk

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    just bought one mate,will let you know how i get on with it.

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    Lets hope it turns up before we tape that Fowey job mate.

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    looks like plastic.

    Plastic tools + drywall = won't last

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    Quote Originally Posted by jase hag View Post
    just bought one mate,will let you know how i get on with it.

    Nice one.
    www.dryliningfinisher.co.uk

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    we bought one of these last year,unlike the BTE flusher you can't press the paper out, right up into the corners or up from the floor and it doesn't seem to smooth over as well as metal flusher,this may be because it needs breaking in with a few hours use,we bought it nearly new for a tenner on gumtree, having said that for 30.00 new it's worth a punt.

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    I've got one of these things, theyre a good stop gap if your angle head is out of commission. Yes, they are plastic so they tend to leave the odd thick edge if theres an angle which isn't exactly 90 degrees. One bit of advice- dont put too much mud on when your rolling over the tape with the painters corner roller. It will take an age to dry! Simply roll it on like you are rolling paint, ie sparingly. I tend just to use it for garages and firetaping now but for 30 its handy to keep in your toolbox

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    Second thoughts i think i will stay away from this, Probegt plastic and drywall your right dont work.

    One meeting with a screw head and its fuc*ed.
    www.dryliningfinisher.co.uk

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    Its quite a sturdy tool, Turrican, and while it may take the odd nick off a screw head, you're only gonna be using it for 1st coating, eh? Its going to have to be a big screw head to take a dunt out of it.

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