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Old 10-07-2013, 04:37 PM   #1
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Entryway washroom no paper on drywall.


Hi all,

I'm hoping someone can help me. The sink and unit was ripped out of this entryway bathroom and I have one drywall that is completely void of brown paper, one that has some left and the back wall is ripped and fuzzy.

How do I repair this. I've read that I can use a peel bond on the back and maybe the side with some paper but can I use this on the "naked" side too? I've attached some photos - There are some holes here too which I have some experience in repairing but I've never dealt with drywall that's been stripped like this.

Any help will be very much appreciated.

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Old 10-07-2013, 05:47 PM   #2
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Take that section out, and replace with a new section. Looks like it is a patch job to begin with.

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Use Strait Flex or no coat in the corners and skim the whole section with joint compound 2 coats.
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The first two pictures look like skim coat plaster, not drywall.
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The first two pictures look like skim coat plaster, not drywall.
That is all 100% drywall. No plaster at all in those pictures.
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That is all 100% drywall. No plaster at all in those pictures.
Well....OK

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