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DRYWALL tapeing and mudding


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12-25-01, 01:04 AM   #1  
DRYWALL tapeing and mudding

In the kitchen of my house a very poor job was done in the kitchen. The tape is very visible and the mud is caked a lot and rough.
I am planning to re-do it and wondering if I can just take it back..tear off the tape and sand the bad mud away, or do I need to plan on replacing the drywall?

 
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12-25-01, 01:52 AM   #2  
Remove the old tape, scrape and sand the old mud off, screw the sheetrock securely, if necessary, and start over with new taping and mud.
Good Luck!
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12-25-01, 03:16 PM   #3  
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That's an interesting situation. Too much mud, plus you can see the tape? I could never undersatnd why, but that is so completely opposite of what the finished product should look like, one might suspect they did it intentionally. Go figure.

 
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