Forum Title: Using glue in your mud....
While it's not always necessary, I'm here to testify to the effectiveness of using glue in your mud.......especially hot mud. I officially mixed my stickiest batch of hot mud was so sticky, that when it had dried on my hands I could not get it off with a wet sponge. I had to scrape it with my fingernails and then use a scotch-brite green pad to get it off. It stuck to glossy paint(and I mean full gloss, in a 100 year old bathroom) like nobody's business. I am so sold on this technique. If you're on the fence about this methodology, don't's insane how well it bonds. The only problem is that you have to wait for it to fully dry before it achieves maximum strength. 30 minutes after the mud kicked, the areas over the paint were still scraping off....(but the part that had dried earlier had to be chiseled off.) I'm not even going to consider not using glue in hot mud on renovations's a done deal. Carry on then.
Category: Drywall Post By: DIANE TORRES (Abilene, TX), 03/10/2018

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