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Old 04-15-2008, 06:30 PM   #1
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I have gotten some great advice on corners...now a new issue.

I removed a large bathroom mirror and the adhesive removed some of the paper coating from the drywall. Now I am left with several areas where the drywall paper is exposed (the brown paper).

I tried removing all lips and shreds of paper so it was flat. If I spread some compound over, the moisture causes the paper to bubble. How should I prepare these spots prior to spreading mud down?

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SMA...that looks like a great product...thanks for bringing that to our attention. You otta get a commission, head'n there now.
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