1. Corner Finishers
Corner finishers used for inside corner finishing. Corner finishers are also known as angle heads and are the premier tools for corner finishing. They are used for applying both a bed and finishing coats for both sides of an inside corner. The mud is applied to each side simultaneously, cutting down your application time in half.
2. Corner Boxes
3. Compound Tubes
Compound tubes are an accessory for applicators and corner flushers which allows you to run mud while using either an applicator or corner flusher. You attach the corner flusher to the compound after filling the tube with mud then run the corner flusher along the inside corners. This helps save time in the corner finishing process as you can apply the mud at the same time while finishing the corner.
4. Corner Flushers
Corner flushers are similar to corner finishers, with the critical difference being that flushers are not as precise as angle heads and require more clean-up and sanding. However, corner finishers last longer than a corner flusher, albeit more fragile than a flusher. Flushers can take much more of a beating between the two tools. If you want to learn more about the differences, read our ultimate guide to angle heads.
5. Automatic Tapers
Automatic tapers quickly apply both mud and tape at the same time. The advantage of using an automatic taper is that it gives you the option to apply muddy tape promptly and cut at precise lengths. Unlike a tape puller or banjo, where you have to cut the tape manually. This saves a considerable amount of time.
6. Electric Cordless Sander
Electric cordless sanders are an all-encompassing tool for sanding down any bumps or irregularities. Electric sanders quickly provide a smooth sanding experience removing the physical strain on your body.
7. Corner Rollers
8. Flat Boxes
9. Nail Spotters
Nail spotters are similar to flat boxes but are used for mudding nails instead of drywall seams. They are smaller boxes with an opening between 2 – 3 inches, which makes them perfect for quickly covering nail spots.
10. Drywall Compound Pumps
Drywall compound pumps are a valuable tool for filling up automatic tools and, in some cases, are necessary. For example, a pump and a gooseneck are required to fill an automatic drywall taper. Otherwise, a box filler attachment for flat boxes and other tools will be sufficient.