Not entirely covered walls


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Old 03-04-04, 10:35 AM
shengtang
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Not entirely covered walls

Ok, here is the thing. I got rid of the original plaster wall and put on a combination of cement board (shower area) and green board. This give me an extra inche of space from all 4 walls in the bath room. However, since I did not change the celings, I got that extra inch gap between wall boards and the ceiling now. I am going to gove them with moldings. I am wondering what will be a problem with this? Obviousely molding is just for visual effect, it's not like really dry walling with tapes to join ....

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Old 03-04-04, 12:33 PM
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You could fill it with a thin strip of wood and proceed with drywall compound. Perhaps the mesh tape and a setting-type of compound.
 
 

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