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Model #380270

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1.75 pt. All-Purpose Pre-Mixed Joint Compound

  • For drywall and plaster patching repairs
  • Smooth application
  • Great bond, hard finish surface
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Product Overview

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Professional Performance

Versatile all purpose joint compound providing outstanding professional-grade performance.

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Easy To Work With

Smooth working, has excellent open time and produces a strong bond and hard finished surface.

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Multipurpose

Excellent for all drywall finishing steps including embedding tape, filling, and skim coating.

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Minor Patching Repairs

Sand repair area and fill with joint compound. Let harden. Add second coat if necessary. Sand and prime when dry.

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Embedding Joint Tape

Fill seams with compound. Apply tape, smooth onto compound with taping knife. Spread thin second coat on top of tape.

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Covering Fasteners

To determine if fasteners are seated, draw clean knife over each. If metallic ring occurs, carefully drive fastener below surface.

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Finishing Tip

Use fine-grit sanding block to prevent digging into compound. Avoid roughening surface paper. (Repair roughening with small amount of compound.)

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Preferred By Pros

The Sheetrock Brand sets the industry standard for the highest-quality and best-performing finishing products.

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Consistent Finish

Formulated for a smooth consistency, USG ready-mixed compounds are essentially free of crater-causing air bubbles.

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Designed For You

Offering the industry’s broadest selection, USG finishing solutions are specifically designed to meet your needs.

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Made In USA

USG manufactures joint compound in 17 locations across the U.S.

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ASTM Compliant

Meets ASTM C475, Standard Specification for Joint Compound and Joint Tape for Finishing Gypsum Board

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GREENGUARD Gold Certified

Achieved GREENGUARD Gold Certification and qualifies as a low VOC emitting material (meets CA 01350).

SHEETROCK Brand All-Purpose 1.75 Pt. Joint Compound combines single-package convenience with good taping and topping performance. This compound features great open time and cold bond, and has smooth and slick properties. Excellent for making small drywall and plaster repairs.
  • Pre-mixed compound for minimal mixing, thinning, and retempering
  • Excellent for embedding paper joint tape
  • For best performance, use with USG SHEETROCK Brand paper joint tape
  • Recommended repairing cracks in interior plaster and masonry not subject to moisture
  • Covers approximately 22 sq. ft. per tub
  • Note: Product may vary by store



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Specifications

Dimensions

Coverage Area (sq. ft.)
22
Product Depth (in.)
5
Product Height (in.)
5
Product Width (in.)
5

Details

Container Size (gallons)
0.21875
Drying Time (hours)
24
Drywall Features
No Additional Features
Interior/Exterior
Interior
Product Weight (lb.)
3.25
Tinted
No

Questions & Answers

23Questions49Answers

Can this material be used to fill/repair ceramic tile joints in a shower stall?

Asked by John February 13, 2021
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Not the correct product. This Joint Compound is for Gypsum Wallboard. You need Tile Grout... Sanded or unsanded depending on the width of the joint.

I ripped drywall paper taking off molding. Can i use this to repair the ripped paper? If so, do I need to prime the drywall before I put this on?

Asked by Stu13 February 2, 2021
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Thank you for your inquiry. Yes you can use Sheetrock All Purpose Joint Compound to repair small sections of wallboard where the paper has torn. Peel and remove loose face paper. Apply a skim coat of joint compound with a joint finishing knife to damaged area and feather to get a smooth finish. Let dry and apply second coat if necessary. Sand and prime when dry.

Is this stronger than spackaling compound? I have a hairline crack that keeps coming back when re...

Asked by Steve November 14, 2020
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Steve Thank you for your inquiry. Sheetrock All Purpose Joint compound is ideal for taping joints and cracks with paper tape. It is easier to spread and dries gradually, providing a hard finish. Hope this helps.

Can I use this one to make statue? Thank you.

Asked by Kay July 10, 2020
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yes you can, a better results are accomplished using PLASTER OF PARIS, it dries faster

what if i don't want a smooth finish - the existing wall is slightly textured - maybe has sand in...

Asked by Ruth January 20, 2020
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no

DOES IT COME IN WHITE

Asked by JUDY November 10, 2019
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It starts out pink, when it dries it’s whote

Can this be used with adhesive-backed fiberglass tape?

Asked by bucky64 January 12, 2019
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yes

The instructions say to mix this product even though it is called pre-mixed. What simple tool ca...

Asked by Dave October 6, 2018
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I'm just an amateur drywaller (remodeling my bathroom) - but here's what I did. I mixed the joint compound with a little water to thin it a tad for the 2nd and 3rd coats. I didn't mix it in the bucket though. I filled my mud pan a little more than half way with joint compound (mud), added about a little more than a half coffee mug of water, then mixed using a paint stick. It took a few minutes to mix and it made it much easier to apply and get a smooth coat. Had I known how much better it goes on, I may have done that on my first coat as well. Even if you're not adding water, you're still going to mix it in the mud pan as you apply it so I wouldn't worry about mixing it in the bucket. A professional drywaller may say otherwise (and I would defer to their professional opinion), but I didn't and my walls look great. I just finished painting and they are as smooth as can be. This video may be helpful: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gfiWv3Jl1uo&list=PLrgYPK3hTZQ5fKySbFFhYsCrHExC2_NUW&index=6&t=0s or https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uuS001pQNzI&list=PLrgYPK3hTZQ5fKySbFFhYsCrHExC2_NUW&index=6

Instructions say to prime afterward and recommend a “high pigment” primer. Now, the main differen...

Asked by Ted July 8, 2018
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My suggestion would be to use a wallboard primer first. Even though today’s paints have primers already in them, when priming wallboard you want to give it a little “bite” bring it is a new surface. Again, my opinion.

How to repair 6" hole in wall?

Asked by Mark April 9, 2018
5
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Square the hole, then cut a square piece of drywall to fit loosely. Attach the drywall with drywall clips, fill gaps with mud, cover with paper tape, then cover tape with mud. Sand and paint.

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Customer Reviews

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  • 81% recommend this product
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Works great but unused mud won't last long
See other reviews, if you don't use it quickly the leftover mud in the container WILL mold :(
by KM
4 people found this helpful
Mold
I used it two month ago and stored it sealed. Today when I opened it to use it again, it’s filled with mold
by Mirza
11 people found this helpful
had to buy more
had to buy more
by Lonnie
1 person found this helpful
I use to use this product all the time. I would buy a large bucket to keep on hand but USG has, a...
I use to use this product all the time. I would buy a large bucket to keep on hand but USG has, apparently, changed their formula so that any unused portion will get moldy within the bucket after only a few months. My guess is that it is an underhanded way to get you to buy more of the stuff (when you have to throw the molded left-overs in the trash). The last time I bought this, I only bought a small tub for a minor repair. When I tried to use it again, the 98% leftover had a slimy mold on top. I search online and others have reported the same... Whatever happened to the pride of making a quality product in America, for hard working Americans? I will try other products. Very disappointed.
by Tone
32 people found this helpful
Very good products but this should be available in shades...
Very good products but this should be available in shades like off white and cream, if than more helpful for customers
by ASHISH
very easy to use,great consistency
very easy to use,great consistency
by Nick
Worked as advertised...
Worked as advertised
by HomeDepotCustomer
Product met or exceeded requirements
Product met or exceeded requirements
by Mike
Very easy to work with and professional results; highly recommended....
Very easy to work with and professional results; highly recommended.
by PETER
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