Versatile all purpose joint compound providing outstanding professional-grade performance.
Smooth working, has excellent open time and produces a strong bond and hard finished surface.
Excellent for all drywall finishing steps including embedding tape, filling, and skim coating.
Sand repair area and fill with joint compound. Let harden. Add second coat if necessary. Sand and prime when dry.
Fill seams with compound. Apply tape, smooth onto compound with taping knife. Spread thin second coat on top of tape.
To determine if fasteners are seated, draw clean knife over each. If metallic ring occurs, carefully drive fastener below surface.
Use fine-grit sanding block to prevent digging into compound. Avoid roughening surface paper. (Repair roughening with small amount of compound.)
The Sheetrock Brand sets the industry standard for the highest-quality and best-performing finishing products.
Formulated for a smooth consistency, USG ready-mixed compounds are essentially free of crater-causing air bubbles.
Offering the industry’s broadest selection, USG finishing solutions are specifically designed to meet your needs.
USG manufactures joint compound in 17 locations across the U.S.
Meets ASTM C475, Standard Specification for Joint Compound and Joint Tape for Finishing Gypsum Board
Achieved GREENGUARD Gold Certification and qualifies as a low VOC emitting material (meets CA 01350).
Kits Thank you for your inquiry. We recommend using a good quality latex primer as well as a good quality latex paint with a high solids content. Hope this helps.
Warm water with a little dish soap
No you would need liquid nails or finish nails to repair it
I wouldn’t suggest it. As you apply it, it will break up the ceiling texture and make more of a mess. You will never have a smooth, finished result.
Yes sand in between coats
Sorry about that. I purchased a pink type of product that did not work they way Home Depot's competitor said it would. I don't know why your purchase molded so quickly. The manufacturer should be able to help you with that problem.
from what i understand the lid on the can is for the strength of the speckle green being the hardest I BELIEVE
I would say yes. I have used it this way with no problem and also for applying a texture finish.
Thank you for your inquiry. For every 1000 square feet of wallboard you will need 10 gallons of joint compound to properly tape the joints and cover the fasteners. This does not include applying a skim coat or texture over the entire surface of the wall. Hope this helps.
I would not use it directly below tile that will be exposed to water often but it is fine of the peripheries of shower.