Originally Posted by firehawkmph
Don't put on any more mud than you have to. I know it sounds stupid, but I see it all the time.
Me too with sloppy folk. What ever is stuck there has to be surfaced at some point. And do not overwork the material. I know the mud is cheap but that doesn't mean you have to heap it on.
The very last time I shopped at a Lowe's they had a liquidation of inventory sale in the parking lot. I promise I never entered the store. They were offering this cheap Dremel profile sander kit marked down to $30 complete with its own rather nice tool bag. I offered $10 and walked home with it. It heats up if you use it for too long but it is great. One thing that came with it was a right angle attachment perfect for sanding bad drywall corners. My Fein multi tool offers profile sanding options too but I have never tried them.