Why I Use Stainless Steel Drywall Knife

Why I Use Stainless Steel Drywall Knife

Phil uses drywall knives for doing a variety of things, since he’s so familiar with the tool. Hi, I’m Phil Bridges, owner of Straight Arrow Repair. Ever want to know how a repairman fixes things? Well come with me, and I’ll show you how I solve problems. Let’s make things better together. All right. That … Read more

How Many Drywall Sheets Do I Need

How Many Drywall Sheets Do I Need

Quick walk through of how to decide exactly how many drywall sheets you need, along with extra to make sure you can finish the job. ⏱️⏱️Chapters⏱️⏱️00:00 Follow along with a handyman00:25 When you’re trying to figure out a house00:45 Take your square footage. This house is 4400×3=13,200 square foot.01:10 Sheets 4×8=32 and 4×12=4801:20 Divide first … Read more

Why You Never Try To Catch A Drywall Finishing Knife

Why You Never Try To Catch Finishing Knife

Why you never try to catch a drywall finishing knife. In drywall the finishing knives are sharp enough to slice you to the bone. Never try catching them, just let em drop. You need your hands and arms in one piece. ⏱️⏱️Chapters⏱️⏱️00:00 Follow along with a handyman00:25 Never try catching your knife01:23 Be an American … Read more

Drywall T-Square #shorts

Drywall T-Square

Updated 4-13-22 This is something I use whenever I want to make sure I’m getting dead on square, so called a T square. See the shape is meant for drywall, but you certainly can use it on other things than drywall. You set sheet would be laying on the side or laying like this and … Read more

Drywall Mud mixing Paddle

Drywall Mud mixing Paddle

Updated 2-27-22 Drywall Mud Paddle Hello again. This is a, a paddle we’re spinning drywall mud. You have to put it on the drill and put it in the mud. I suggest you hold on to it with most feet on the sides, and there has to be a heavier drill, but a little bit … Read more

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