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chuckd132

05:02AM | 05/27/05
Member Since: 05/25/05
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Hello,

I'm redoing my whole upstairs. Paint, carpet and new bathrooms. I'm not doing all of the work, just the painting. I removed two ugly mirrors from the upstairs bathroom, and it looks like they've been painted around several times. The walls aren't smooth underneath and they look ugly. I don't plan on putting them back up, so I want to smooth out the wall so it looks nice and flat.

What do I do for that? Do I use plaster? I konw nothing about it, but I know it looks like garbage now. I put some spackly over some parts with a putty knife, but I need to do like the whole wall over again. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks! It's just drywall, nothing fancy.

5slb6

02:27AM | 05/30/05
Member Since: 07/28/02
1356 lifetime posts
You need to use drwall mud as it is better for larger areas and apply it with at least a six inch knife.
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