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5 Helpful Tools for Hanging Drywall

These five handy tools will help you install drywall much faster and better.

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Corner Knife

This handy lightweight tool from Edward Tools has saved me from reworking those tricky corners more than once. It’s small, easy to work with and (with a bit of practice) helps you achieve pro-quality corners. We’ll show you how to hang drywall like a pro, too. 

Get it on Amazon now.

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DeWalt Drywall Screw Gun and Cut-Out Tool Kit

From fast to slow, whatever your pace is, this DeWalt drill combo is dependable and lightweight and great for most jobs around the house and the workshop. The drill has a nosecone to help sink in screws to the correct depth every time. (Check out how to drive drywall screws like a pro, too.) The cut-out tool will help cut your light switch and socket holes wise ease. Pick one up on Amazon.

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Sanding Pad and Sponge

The Radius360 sanding tool is an amazing tool that can be snapped into the new Trigon180 sanding tool, or it can be interchanged with the hub of the Pro Handle Adapter, for hand sanding. It fits most poles and is helpful on floors walls and other surfaces. Check it out at Amazon.

Order it today.

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Pocket Plane

If you are looking to smooth out sharp edges, or just didn’t cut the drywall well, this Stanley pocket plane helps with just that. It’s great for breaking an edge and cutting some tricky spots. Check out these 20 totally awesome drywall tips to get started. 

Buy it now.

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Drywall Lift

You can get your drywall projects done more effectively when you use this lift. If you do not have anyone to help you out with your project, you can always rent or buy this amazing tool. It helped me finish my basement in a timely manner. You’re definitely not alone if you’ve made one of these seven common drywall installation mistakes, but we can show you how to fix those, too.

Get this lift today.

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