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Embed the paper tape in the wallboard compound and scrape a scraper or filler knife along the joint to remove excess wallboard compound. Don’t leave wrinkles in the tape: If the crack isn’t straight, cut the tape where the crack zigzags and apply the tape so that it’s centred over the crack. 4. Apply a thin coat of wallboard compound over the wallboard tape and smooth it with a wide taping knife to minimise sanding. 5. Let the patch dry completely. 6. When the wallboard tape and first coat are dry, use a scraper, taping knife, or trowel to apply a second, smoothing coat.
This section looks at the options that work for most people and should work for you, too. Don’t start a remodelling project before getting your finances in order. Most lenders require that the house be valued before they loan you money, and the house must be in sellable condition when it’s valued. Your house can’t have walls being removed or a bathroom or kitchen being torn out when the valuer comes to do the job. Don’t use the following information as financial or investment advice, just as a starting point to help you find the best way to pay for your remodelling project.
Place the wallboard patch in position and secure it by driving a wallboard screw into the wallboard clips. (Step 6) Repairing sagging plaster on walls and ceilings Older houses may have plaster walls and ceilings with wood lath for a base. The wood lath was installed with gaps, called keys, between each piece of lath. The plaster was forced between the spaced laths, and this keying action held the plaster in place. Chapter 1: Repairing Walls and Putting Up Shelves 47 As plaster ages, these keys may break away from the lath, and the plaster coating can come loose and sag away from the lath.