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Old 01-26-02, 06:29 AM
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shetrock mud

will sheetrock mud adhere to bare wood surfaces?
 
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Old 01-27-02, 12:42 AM
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Wood shrinks and swells too much.
The mud will crack.
 
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Old 02-06-02, 10:04 PM
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I do not only home repair and remodeling, but for close friends and family I make large rocking animals or funiture for thier firstborn. Being on a very tight budget, I have had to use some pretty old nasty wood at times. After a couple of passes with the belt sander I mud it good, finish sand it and make sure to use a decent primer and enamel. Many of these items are over 30 years old and are holding up very well.

20 years ago I had a small kitchen fire that charred one end of the cabinets over the counter. I wire brushed the burned wood real good to get all of the loose stuff out and then shop vaced it good followed by wipeing with a damp rag and immediately began building up layers of mud. once it was up to level I sanded it smooth and painted it with a good enamel. This section sits just above the sink to the side of a window so it is subject to moisture and drying repeatedly and there is no problem.

The key to success in both of these cases is a good sealer coat of a decent enamel to keep moisture from penetrating.

GOOD LUCK!
 
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