Corner Rollers

You’ll enjoy using our Corner Rollers for automatic taping tools. These rollers can be used to finish corners of walls that are impossible to tape manually. They work great on both vertical and horizontal surfaces, giving you more options than ever before!

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Corner Rollers FAQs

Corner Rollers are used to apply joint compound to inside corners of drywall. They are designed to apply the compound evenly and smoothly, resulting in a professional-looking finish.

Master Building Materials offers a variety of Corner Rollers, including manual and automatic models. They also offer different sizes and shapes to accommodate different angles and corners.

Consider the size and complexity of your project, your budget, and your level of experience when choosing a Corner Roller. Master Building Materials offers a wide range of options to choose from, and their customer service team can help you make the right choice.

Master Building Materials offers many brands of Corner Rollers, including TapeTech, Level 5, and Columbia Tools.

A manual Corner Roller requires the user to manually apply pressure to the tool to apply joint compound. An automatic Corner Roller uses compressed air to apply the joint compound, making it easier and faster to use.

Follow the instructions for your specific Corner Roller to ensure proper use. Generally, you will apply joint compound to the tool and then run it over the corner to apply the compound evenly and smoothly.

Corner Rollers should be cleaned after each use to prevent the joint compound from drying on the tool. They can be cleaned with warm water and a soft brush. Make sure to dry them thoroughly and store them in a dry place to prevent rust.

Yes, Corner Rollers can be used on all types of drywall, including paper-faced, fiberglass-faced, and veneer plaster drywall.

Yes, Master Building Materials offers individual Corner Rollers for sale. However, purchasing a set is often more cost-effective and ensures that you have all the necessary tools for your project.

Corner Rollers can be purchased from building supply stores or online retailers, such as Master Building Materials. They offer a wide selection of tools at competitive prices, and their customer service team can help you find the right tools for your needs.