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Old 05-20-2011, 03:40 PM   #1
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does powder room drywall need to be the green type that is moisture resistant or can it be the regular kind because there is not so much humidity in a powder room (at least not as much as in a bathroom where you take showers)?

i plan to only have a tile baseboard with the rest of the walls just painted. i suppose that could make a difference.

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i would say since there is no tub or shower standard drywall would be ok as you were thinking.

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amakarevic, Or you could just put moisture board at the sink area just to be safe.
Also remember to keep all the drywall 1/2" off of the floor when you install it.

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No, all you need is regular 1/2".

Green board should only be used around tubs and showers, and even then it's actually inadequate and the wrong material.
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