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It's been almost 10 months since the question was posted so how does it look? Most bubbles appear under the drywall tape or could be from primer / paint being rolled over drywall dust. Tape bubbles don't go away. These need repaired by cutting out the bubbled tape and filling in with compound. Tape bubbles can be avoided by using a TapeBuddy taping tool. This tool applies compound directly to the tape so there are no dry spots under the tape. Hope this helps.

Drywall | Answered on Feb 13, 2015

You will need a carbide tipped masonry bit that is the same size as the spike- 1/4", 3/8" etc. Of course you will have to use a hammer drill.

Hillman Rawl... | Answered on Jan 03, 2015

Look online for the manual or call the company on getting the operating manual. May cost a couple of bucks if they want to sell it to you

Drywall | Answered on Jan 03, 2015

Request instructions directly from Proline.

Proline PL400... | Answered on Dec 31, 2014

Clean out the crack and then tape the seam using paper tape and a tapebuddy tool. The tape drys super flat and is easy to apply.

Drywall | Answered on Dec 11, 2014

250' and 500' rolls of paper are basically the same price per foot. The question is listed under " How do I tape a drywall ceiling?" So let me start by saying it's easy to tape a drywall ceiling with the right tools. "The TapeBuddy® drywall taping tool is a one step drywall tape and joint compound application tool that makes taping drywall SUPER Easy!" Rather than paste more TapeBuddy info here, go to tapebuddy.net for the info. The how-to manual will give you lots of great advice.

Usg SHEETROCK... | Answered on Dec 11, 2014

By beading, are you referring to drywall tape? If this is cracked and you want to repair the tape, I suggest you use a nice cove mold to cover up the lose tape. Otherwise you'll need to remove the old tape, smooth out the popcorn ceiling area, re-tape the corning then feather it in, then texture the ceiling again. The trip is much easier to do. It's cleaner, quicker and really would look nice.

Will it stick? yes but unless you want to keep the same look, I opt for the cove mold.

Drywall | Answered on Dec 11, 2014

Hi simple way is to use some expansion foam from hardware shop squirt it in along the crack it will expand a good bit so no to much cut over spill back when dry then skim with plaster

Drywall | Answered on Oct 01, 2014

scrape a sample of the brown that you want to match, go to home depot and give them the color and they will make you a can that matches. then paint the drywall... i think that is what you were asking???

Drywall | Answered on Jul 30, 2014

If it's the initial coat- that's quite normal. Subsequent coats of compound are put on the joint using a trowel that has a slight concave edge, so the compound is thicker in the middle portion on the joint. This fills in the joint, and when the compound dries it shrinks to a more flat surface. When done properly, the joint edges are feathered and there is little sanding to be done.

Drywall | Answered on Mar 22, 2014

The TapeBuddy drywall taping tool is the answer to your taping problem. A one step drywall tape and joint compound application tool that makes taping easy. It's lightweight, easy to assemble and applies an even amount of joint compound directly to the joint tape. It even applies more compound to the tape center where more compound is needed. Just load with paper or Fibafuse tape and joint compound, pull out the coated tape, cut, apply to the seam and embed. There is no need to pre-mud drywall joints or carry around heavy tools. Taping walls, corners and ceilings is fast with no mess. TapeBuddy is a great DIY tool that will give you professional results. It is easy-to-use and the perfect tool for any drywall taping project.
The tool comes with easy-to-understand How To information on taping drywall. There is a how to manual on their website.

Drywall | Answered on Feb 06, 2014

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