I don't find myself doing a lot of drywall work, but I can appreciate those who do. It's laborious at best, and any corner cutting can show up later.
That said, it's small wonder there are new innovations meant to improve the life of a drywaller. The latest to come across my desk is the MUDDKING, described as first-ever drywall tool that does inside corners, outside corners, joints/seams and nail/screw holes. It's kind of a classic all-in-one
I haven't put hands to the MUDDKING yet, so I can't speak to its effectiveness. I friend of mine who frequently does drywall took a look at it and said, "Yeah, I'd buy one." Although he hasn't, yet.
I'm curious to know what an experienced drywaller has to say about the MUDDKING. Anyone out there using one now?