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01-15-01, 07:24 PM   #1  
I want to achieve a plastered wall look on my ceilings and walls.I have drywalled and done the first stage of taping, will I have to do all three stages of sanding and taping? And what can I use to acheive a plastered final look?

 
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01-16-01, 06:23 AM   #2  
Hello,

I'd check out this site:
http://www.mud-dobber.com
Its the easiest to use texture tool that I know of. Your other options would be to get an air compressor and a texture sprayer gun, or to try one of the texture rollers on the market. If you go the roller route, I'd recommend NOT getting one with a noticable pattern to it, they usually don't look very nice. If you want to try to spray it on yourself, be sure to mask EVERYTHING. I once tried to spray without masking, thinking to myself that I'd just be really carefull.... hehehe.. not a good idea.

Good Luck!

 
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