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Andy Hannan explains how to make sure that wire ends up where it’s supposed to be after drywall installation.
Myron Ferguson explains the difference between a Level 5 finish and a plaster skim coat.
The Dimpler works with your existing corded or cordless drill, giving you most of the benefits of a dedicated screw gun at a fraction of the cost.
Bernie Mitchell has spent the past 20 years developing and refining a method of creating remarkably lifelike relief sculptures in drywall mud, many of which ornament the walls of area vacation homes.
Veteran drywall contractor and JLC Live presenter reviews the Bucket Splash Guard.
This thread from the JLC Forums starts with a question about what glues--other than contact cement--can be used in a tight spot behind cabinets to adhere a laminate backsplash.
This thread from the JLC Forums discusses best practices for patching nail pops and small defects in drywall so that the patch doesn't telegraph through the finish coat of paint.
This thread from the JLC Forums offers tips for dealing with tiny bubbles appearing in joint compound.
Some Chinese drywall damage cases remain unresolved, leaving homeowners saddled with an ongoing problem.
Bill Robinson reviews the HB 220 industrial glue gun and Pam Tite thermoplastic adhesives.
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