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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 03-13-2009, 09:18 PM Thread Starter
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Dry walling help

Im about to start redoing my bedroom and was wondering if theres anyone on here who would like to make a few bucks and help fix up my walls. My dad isnt good at mudding and over time they cracked and I played a hand with a ninja star with a few dozen holes in the wall myself. I patched any holes and sanded em, I have no idea how to fix the cracks. I figured when its warmer outside you could take a ride out and work some magic. I got all the tools so make it a good day you can take a ride out of it as well.

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either crack from the drywall shifting(house settling) drywall isn't screwed enough, he didn't use tape(or the wrong tape) and he used to much mud at once.
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Can it be fixed without new sheets?

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depending on how bad it is i'll help you out for a case of beer. i been out of work and just need something to do

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