AZNate, It comes down to your skill level and the amount of texture you desire. I always to a small test area to (1-2 sf) and then proceed. Light texture 30 to 50 sf. Heavy texture 20 to 30 sf.
Not really. This is intended to be painted after application, so you still have a hard surface for any sound to bounce off of. You could apply rigid insulation panels (they come in 4x8 sheets) on the interior wall surface, unless you have the $ for actual professional sound deadening material?
As far as I am concerned COST!
Tom, On some patches (especially bigger) you should apply a PVA primer (seals the drywall) before applying a paint or paint primer. It may just require a second coat of paint and you may have to do a larger area or even the entire wall...
You need to apply the texture before the primer and the paint. After you get the texture you are looking for then let it dry. After it is dry then primer and paint. Your primer should cover the texture color of white, unless your primer is white, if it doesn't then apply another coat of primer of get a better primer. Then paint.
The Mosel was broken and made a mess. What a waste of $20.00. Now I will have to redo the job.
I emptied the entire can on this project.
Nothing- it was so bad could not even use.
Yes. Please wear eye and face gear.
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