When the paste is that thick it needs to be bladed off, I use my mud pan and do some "reverse spackling".You can get the paste wet ( use a sponge or even a garden bug sprayer-) let it soak in and soften the paste- scrape the paste off with a 6" mud blade ( and a 4 to clean that off the 6) - then sponge any residue left.
Lightly sand to get any bits off- and then prime with a clear primer called Gardz.
then do any repair needed- prime repair and paint.
It's just that easy!! lol
A sander would just grind the glue into the wall.:furious:
The glue needs to be stripped.:furious:
You think this is expencive?
http://www.cpoworkshop.com/factory-...fault,pd.html?start=15&q=random orbit sanders
Not so, you read as fast as you writenot even ONCE did the article you included use the improper term glue, did you read it?
Not so, you read as fast as you write