drywall already mudded


I am in Baton Rouge , la and I have a house that flooded. I have removed the drywall four foot up from the floor. My question do you have any suggestions on how to float the existing drywall already mudded to the new drywall. I am concerned that it will be hard to do without leaving a hump of mud. This would really help others in this area!

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Donald Whitehead 3 years 1 Answer 454 views 0

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  1. This is always the case no what if you were replacing all the sheetrock. Many just don’t really realize it. Check any wall with a straight edge and you’ll see that for yourself.

    However, there is a tape out there called “Butt-Tape” made for the ease of butt joints. Check out “Straight flex. com and look for butt tape.

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