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vinyl drywall and mudding


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12-02-05, 09:16 AM   #1  
vinyl drywall and mudding

Hi, I have a modular home and want to paint over the vinyl drywall. In addition, I want to remove the strips over the cracks and mud those, so it looks like a drywall finish. Can I just tape them and mud, or would I have to actually remove the vinyl first?
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12-03-05, 04:34 AM   #2  
I am not very experienced taping over the vinyl, Although mud on vinyl wallpaper works "fairly o.k."

Before I did the joints, I would definately use some kind of primer/sealer in order to give a "paint type surface" for the compound to adhere to.

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12-17-05, 08:17 AM   #3  
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Vinal drywall

I am working on a repair from a small fire in witch one wall in my home was dammaged yet the other three have to be painted. The walls "had " vinal on the dry wall.I pulled it off in sheets.It left the fuzzy torn surface of the paper behind. In the next couple of days I will have it all finished and ready to Kiltz and paint. I will post the results asap.So far the joints are looking good hoping the Kiltz will seal the fuzzy surface of the paper and make for a nice surface for painting.

 
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