Forum Title: Rolling on mud
Hey whats up guys. Have a bsmnt ceiling that is painted eggshell. Got a call to come have a look cuz the guys that did it did a horrible job. Anyways job wasn't too bad. Made it clear from the get go I wasn't there to bash anyone. Told homeowner most of it was just flashing, drywall paper and mud different background. Flats slightly humped but not horrible. Few bad butts. Anyways he wants it fixed so went tonight and doubled out all flats tight. Butts were pretty bad actually and took the mud. Gonna skim ceiling solid tomorrow and sand Following day. I hear a lot about rolling the mud on and then pulling off with knife. Anyone ever rolled with tight nap and left it??? Entire ceiling needs sanded anywaY I guess and if real short nap I picture it showing me where I haven't sanded. But on the other hand I picture a nap up there that is a total pain in the ass and end up skimming over that anyway lol. Familiar with level coat etc and don't have access to the rig by tomorw so gotta get er done. Was just wondering time wise and consistency if I could roll this bad boy with thin mud and leave it to sand. I know a good tight skim coat is pretty reliable so not real sure. THanks for any opinions. Hope all are busy.?
Category: Drywall Post By: JONATHAN FLORES (Chattanooga, TN), 02/28/2018

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