Mudding

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Old 09-10-02, 08:11 AM
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Mudding

I recently took down my wallpaper in my kitchen. I was talked into "mudding" my walls by a friend, which consisted of covering the wallboards with joint compound. It looks aweful! Very uneven and lots of cracks. Is there a way I can fix these walls to have a good surface to paint on? Did I ruin my walls?
 
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Old 09-11-02, 09:05 AM
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i doubt that you ruined anything but you do have a big cleanup job ahead of you. if you are very careful you can scrape a lot of it off. the rest can be sanded down. i would probably use a wet sanding sponge to remove the rest. get your friend to help you!
 
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Old 09-11-02, 09:20 AM
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I also was talked into the joint compound fiasco for the walls of my house. It looked like a birthday cake gone bad!

The rental center had a neat sander for drywall. It was a wand about six feet long with a round head on it. A foam backed sanding disc installs inside the head and you attach a shop vac to the other end. As the motorized head sands the drywall MOST of the dust is sucked into the shop vac. I was able to sand down a 12' x 36' room in 2 hours.
 
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