|Fig.1 Vent damage|
Supplies and Tools:
Wall tape white
Wall board mud (top coat)
Mr. J. Bronchos saw my DIY Advisor blog and he called my PennySaver USA advertisement. He had some deteriorating garage floor vents that needed to be cleaned up. The wall had been eaten by rodents and he wanted to clean up his garage. Joe lives in Eastvale California. According to the city of Eastvale, the city was incorporated on October 1, 2010 and has an ever-growing population of over 55,602 residents.
This post show the five steps of the repairing garage weep vents.
Step 1: Fig.1 and fig.2 shows the garage vents are badly damaged and need some repair.
|Fig.2 Damaged wallboard |
around metal vent
Step 3: Fig.4 shows the mud knife applying mud and sealing the wall board.
|Fig.3 Applying joint compound|
|Fig.4 Fill in the corners|
|Fig.5 Place joint compound around|
edges of the wall and vent
|Fig.6 Flatten the joint compound|
|Fig.7 Sand smooth|
|Fig.8 Job finished|
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