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Drywall Trowels

In the drywall industry, a drywall trowel is one of the most important tools for creating smooth walls. It’s used to apply joint compound, which is a thick paste that helps hide flaws in the drywall installation.

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Drywall Trowels FAQs

A drywall trowel is a tool used in drywall finishing to apply joint compound to drywall seams and surfaces.

There are many types of drywall trowels available, including finishing trowels, corner trowels, and notched trowels.

There are many brands of drywall trowels available, including Level 5, Nela and Richard.

A finishing trowel is a drywall trowel used to smooth and feather joint compound on drywall surfaces.

A corner trowel is a drywall trowel used to apply joint compound to inside and outside corners of drywall.

A notched trowel is a drywall trowel with notches on the edge, used to apply adhesive to tile or other materials.

The right drywall trowel for your needs will depend on the size and complexity of your drywall finishing project, as well as your budget.

To use a drywall trowel, apply joint compound to the trowel, then spread it evenly over the drywall surface or seam.

Drywall trowels 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.

Drywall trowels can be purchased from building supply stores or online retailers, such as Master Building Materials.