Auxilliary Bathroom Remodel

Darren Wright

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Add a little water 1/4 to 1/2 cup to each pan full, your mud looks a little thick, which it usually is out of the bucket. Do a knock down sand of just a few (3-4 strokes) with 80 grit over all the joints, then fill only one side at a time of a corner. Let that dry, then do the other side of the corner, doing a knock down sanding between. It takes more time, but you get a cleaner look and less sanding overall.
 
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Brent Dowell

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Jeez, I took some more time off. I think I was so bummed about my poor job of drywalling I couldn't bring myself to look at it.

Anyhow, Sanded that first round of 'stuff' down, and then taped up all of the ceiling cracks, put some bull nose on the one outside corner.

Will let that dry a few days, then sand again and then do some final skim coating, I think. No pictures. It aint pretty, but it's going to get done one way or another.
 
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