Taping & Jointing Knives

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Shop Drywall Tape & Jointing Tools At Gypsumtools

Taping and jointing knives are essential tools in any drywaller's arsenal. Available in a variety of shapes and sizes, our vast range of taping and jointing tools are perfect for any drylining professional job.

The collection features the latest offerings from top drylining brands including DeWalt, Level 5 and Kraft, making us the preferred choice for drylining tape & jointing tools. Our stainless steel handled knives are particularly popular with drylining professionals because of the strong, sharp cut they offer.

If you need any further assistance with choosing the right tape and jointing tool for your needs, get in touch with one of our team on 08456 254 321 and we'll be happy to help!

When Will My Taping Knife & Jointing Tools Be Delivered?

When you place an order with us, you'll benefit from our lightning-fast delivery service from our main warehouse in the Midlands because we know that you'll want your taping knives and jointing tools with you as soon as possible.

Buy your taping knife online with GypsumTools today!

We pride ourselves on exceptional customer service and getting you the tools you need fast. Whether you’re in need of a DeWalt taping knife, Level 5 pointing knife or any other jointing tools, we can help. Place your order with us today and receive your tools as soon as the next working day!

Taping Knife FAQs

What do you use a taping knife for?

A taping knife is used to spread joint compound (‘mud’) into drywall joints, then layer tape over the top of it, followed by another layer of mud. The taping knife ensures a smooth finish.

What size taping knife for drywall?

Different sized taping knives serve different purposes. Smaller knives (6 inches or smaller) are used at the start of the project to fill small holes and crevices. Medium to large sized knives (larger than 6 inches) are better for finishing the job as they cover a larger surface area and allow for a gentle touch.