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12-13-03, 07:30 PM   #1  
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plaster, joint compound or ?

I built a range hood vent frame and covered it with plywood. I would like to coat the surface with something that would give the appearance of smooth plaster. Can I apply joint compound directly to the plywood, do I need to prime first, or is there a better method overall to producing this

 
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12-13-03, 07:53 PM   #2  
You can put joint compound directly over wood. Joint compound recomendations are to prime prior to application so I would do it. Also prime after. Some staining will bleed through so use a stain blocker afterwords.

 
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