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Building Skills

Building Skills

How to Choose and Mix Setting Type Joint Compound

comments (0) April 6th, 2012
patrick_mccombe Patrick McCombe, Associate editor

Video Length: 3:03
Produced by: Colin Rusell and Patrick McCombe

Fast-hardening setting-type compounds are great for filling holes, corner beads, and any other place you need a thick layer of mud over drywall. They're also perfect for when you're on a tight schedule. In this episode of Building Skills, learn some tips for using setting-type compounds, including how to mix them properly.


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