joint compound


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joint compound

n.
A substance similar to plaster used to cover joints or the heads of screws or nails in drywall.
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Summary: Srinagar (Jammu and Kashmir) [India], Apr 16 (ANI): A blast occurred at Ganai Mohalla inside a joint compound of residential premises in Anchar area of Soura in Srinagar district, a police release said on Monday.
After the primer dries, fill the recesses you made with drywall joint compound, also known as drywall mud.
The e-tender called herein on our website www.bestetender.com is for 3 M ELECTRICAL JOINT COMPOUND
Ready mix joint compound is one of these technologies; it is a pre-made available joint compound which can be used for various applications in the construction industry.
Scenic Charge Coordinator Ann Chismar sampled a variety of materials for the covering process, including joint compound, Rosco Foamcoat, and plaster.
Olympia is a supplier of wallboard and related construction products including steel studs, joint compound, finishing products, insulation and other specialty products to the South Florida market.
If you find a dip in a wall, flatten it by screeding a layer of setting-type joint compound over it as shown here.
* Asbestos-containing Wallboard joint compound is not just present at joints or corners.
While USG, the largest North American manufacturer of plasterboard, contributed its Asian and Middle Eastern businesses, as well as exclusive access to its world-leading ceilings, cement board, fibre board, lightweight plasterboard and joint compound building products technologies in the JV's territory.
When a customer comes in to your store to buy supplies, associates should suggest painters' tape; primer to hide imperfections; rollers and brushes; tarps; spackling and drywall joint compound to fill in and hide nail holes; and sandpaper and tack cloth to smooth and clean the walls.
The paints vary in consistency--some are like thick cream, some are close to the thickness of drywall joint compound. In fact, joint compound is sometimes used for texturing.
Things you will need * Ladder * Carpenter's square * Hand saw * Tape measure * Plasterboard sheet (same thickness as the plaster and lath together) * Sharp utility knife * Screwdriver * Screws * Tape * Joint compound * Sanding pad Fixing the ceiling * 1.
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