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Old 01-30-2011, 12:41 PM   #1
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I'am removeing drywall thats been glue on to the stud but it dosen't seem to to wanted come away from the stud the papper and drywall stay there. what can i do to remove it from the stud, or the best way to remove it thank you

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I use a large chisel or a painters tool--and a hammer----just chisel it off---Mike---

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gtw010, If you have alot to remove. Get the Dremel Multi-Max Oscillating Kit
This could be the best $89 you ever spent.
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Those multi tools are the handiest things---we dubbed mine " the super tool"

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It's my new favorite "go to" tool also. Haven't tried it in this application yet, but it could just be the answer to the annoying "glue on the stud" issue. A good stiff scraper or painters tool has been my method in the past....
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Cut out all your can, then tap the drywall until it comes off....It'll be messy, but it'll come off.

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