Forum Title: protecting brick,wood,windows with drywall tape
Again, not my knife, it's the labourers, he likes the bennets, I don't Pic one, apply mud and be careful Pic two, make sure you snow plow the mud out, hold it at a steep angle, very important Pic three, Lay a flat tape over it, it's optional, but it does make it stronger,especially if there is large gaps. It's what I call Chinese drywall when you lay the flat tape over it. Your making a mini sheep of drywall. Pic four,wipe the flat tape out. do not coat till the next day, especially if there's gaps under it or it will swell. If you let those gaps dry, then there's your Chinese drywall (tape,mud,tape=mini drywall 1/8 thick) When all done coating, sanding etc, cut the excess angle tape off with a sharp utility knife. If you make a error when cutting, wet a tape, sick it on wood,brick, window etc, repair, then remove the drywall tape.......remember spit balls when you were a kid,,same principle
Category: Drywall Post By: ERIN LITTLE (Vista, CA), 03/03/2018

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