Drywalls Archive

Drywall Wet Sanding

Sanding is an important part of the drywall installing process, whether if you are dealing with a new drywall or only with a patched whole. In other words, every drywall job requires some sanding to obtain a flat and even surface. Usually, it is used dry sandpaper for this operation.  It is a quick and [&hellip

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How to Remove and Fix Moldy Drywall

Mold, regardless of its form, is a serious danger to human health leading to very serious illnesses and even death. It is therefore, strongly recommended that when you find mold in your home to remove it as soon as possible. It is known that mold generally occurs in wet or high humidity places, without adequate [&hellip

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Drywall Measuring and Cutting

Cutting drywall is easy if you know how to do it. Making Inside Cuts First, let’s see what is actually a drywall and what it is made. Drywall, also known as sheetrock, plasterboard, gypsum board is an indispensable and popular building material, used everywhere in residential, commercial and industrial constructions. It is made of gypsum [&hellip

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How to Achieve Professional Plastering Results

The next step after drywall installation is plastering. At a first glance plastering seems to be an easy job but in reality, it may present some difficulties. Plastering requires skills and knowledge. To achieve good, professional plastering results please consider the following. 1. Plastering Type: The plastering type depends on the wall finish and the [&hellip

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How to Clean Drywall Dust Residue Off of Hardwood and Tile Flooring

Drywall is the most common construction material used especially to build interior or exterior walls. After installation or renovation and before painting the joint mud has to be sanded. That can be extremely messy, because of the large amount of dust resulted. Of course you can protect the working area with plastic sheeting but it [&hellip

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