|Fig.1 The damage|
Supplies and Tools:
Fast set 20 mud
FibaFuse® paperless tape
Mr. G. Asperat saw my magnetic advertisement on my truck. He called for a little job that needed to be finished.
This post shows the seven steps to repair small wall damage and use a new wall tape called FibaFuse tape to seal the edge of the new wall board.
Step 1: Fig.1 above shows the damage, wall board was replaced with a new piece and the seams need to be sealed with paper tape and joint compound.
Step 2: Fig.2 shows fast set lite 20® a quick joint compound. This joint compound when mixed with water dries fast and does a great job.
|Fig.2 Fast Set Lite 20 |
Fast drying joint compound
|Fig.3 black mud pan + wall knife|
|Fig.5 Wall knife|
|Fig.6 FibaFuse® paperless wall tape|
|Fig.7 FibaFuse® paperless tape|
|Fig.8 Dirty Mud pan and wall knife|
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