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Get you some heavy duty liquid nail or similar adhesive, put it in strings/loops, wait a bit, put rock on, hold a bit done

Drywall | Answered on Apr 17, 2017


Drywall sheets are 4 feet wide. Thus, each foot of a drywall sheet contains 4 square feet. Divide 10,000 by 4 = 2500 linear feet of drywall sheets. Add 5 to 10% for wastage.

Drywall | Answered on Mar 14, 2017


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Weber... | Answered on Nov 02, 2016


Just saw your question but no answer. Sorry about the repair on the glass tape. Crack are pretty common with mesh tape, especially if the mesh was covered with premix all purpose compound. Mesh tape should be covered with setting type compounds. More info can be found on the tapebuddy.net how-to manual. They cover the reasons for the different compounds.

FibaTape Drywall... | Answered on Jun 03, 2016


most modular desks have a groove around the top of the base unit that small clips lock and pull the top to the base when the screws are tightened

AspenHome Aspen... | Answered on May 30, 2016


2 or 3 days, plus or minus depending on how fast the mud dries.

Drywall | Answered on May 29, 2016


call a remodeler or handyman .

Drywall Lift 11... | Answered on May 29, 2016

Tip

Cutting Drywall Like a Pro


Cutting drywall is one of the more easy cuttings that you will do when remodeling your house although you hear all kinds of horror stories of people making huge mistakes and having to re-hang drywall or use exorbitant amounts of putty to fix mistakes. Following just a few simple tips you can master the task of cutting drywall.

Most of the cuts that you will be doing will fall under the category of score, snap, cut. Because dry wall is fairly easy to cut, for a majority of cuts you will just need a scoring knife with just enough pressure to cut the paper and then you will be able to snap the drywall then you have to cut the paper on the back side and you are done.

For the major cutouts that you will be doing like doors and windows, the best way to go about doing them is to measure and cut the boards before you hang them. Its best to have someone help you hold the board in place.

There are two main types of saws that you will use a drywall rip saw and a keyhole saw. They each have their purpose and they should only be used for the purposes that they are meant for. The keyhole saw is for small cuts like holes for light fixtures, outlets and switches while the rip saw is for cutting drywall down to size like for doors and windows.

Once you have mastered the basics of cutting drywall you will be able to do more advanced home repairs and will spend less time worrying about cutting out pieces of drywall.

on Jan 30, 2016 | Drywall


drywall guns wont spin until you put pressure on the tip, load a screw and put it to the wall (or whatever) add pressure and pull the trigger

Hitachi W6V4... | Answered on May 17, 2015

Tip

Sheet rock on nine foot walls made easier


if you find yourself hanging nine foot walls with fiftyfour inch rock and the walls are
wooden framing, most have two boards running horizontal along the top. tap five
or six drywall nails along the top of the sheet were they will catch that top plate
and forget the screw gun save your back . use both hands get the sheet in place,
stay in tight with the sheet draw your hammer from your belt and tap in the prestarted nails.Three nails is enough to hold it if they are driven properly. But get
some screws in it asap. seems to save on my back hope it helps yours. Also works
well with two people as well.

on May 17, 2015 | PrimeSource Gypsum Board To Wood...


First, insulation is put in on exterior walls with specific R ratings, drywall is just screwed to studs then spackled.in bathrooms it's a little different. There's different options for material backboard that are waterproof. Some are fiberglass then are finished in resin sealant

Drywall | Answered on May 05, 2015


Try WD 40 to soften adhesive

Duck Brand... | Answered on Mar 24, 2015


Because the tip is brand new or you don't have a magnetic ti. Try tilting the gun a little sideways before you pull it away from the screw. Sorta like tilting a sweating glass a little bit before you lift it off of a coaster so that the coaster doesn't stick to the bottom of the glass.

Jim

Bosch SG45 4500... | Answered on Mar 10, 2015


Cut off the loose make flat tape and drywall mud

Drywall | Answered on Mar 04, 2015


Sorry for the paint peeling and bubbles. It's not the drywall tape that has bubbles... right? Paint can react like this when it is applied over a sanded wall that has not been cleaned and still has a layer of drywall dust on it. When primer is applied to the wall, it is best to use something to push the paint on the surface to combine the dust with the paint. This could be done using a paint pad but should be more than just rolled on. The paint needs to mix with the dust and stir it in with the paint so the paint get under the dust. You might try thinning the paint a little to allow for better attraction to the wall. So now how do you repair this? By scraping the loose paint off and starting with a new coat. You know. it could also just be bad paint.

Drywall | Answered on Mar 01, 2015

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