When mudding drywall, fill holes and edges with extra joint compound mixture. Fill wall crevices with drywall mudding using the tips in this free video on home remodeling from a professional building contractor.
No matter what you do with drywall there is always going to be big crevices and spaces that need to be filled in once you cut your holes for your drywall. Basically, what I do is after I put a coat on and I'm getting ready to put a second coat on, I take all the extra mud and I run a round and fill in all these places so that once we're done here everything will kind of be filled in or at least we will have the first part of the coat ready to go.
- Mudding Drywall: Applying Joint Compound to Corners
- Mudding Drywall: Smoothing Wall After Second Coat
- Mudding Drywall: Applying 3rd Coat of Joint Compound
- Mudding Drywall: Filling In Around Wall Edges
- Mudding Drywall: Applying 2nd Coat of Joint Compound
- Mudding Drywall: Smoothing Wall After 1st Coat
- Mudding Drywall: Taping Wall
- Mudding Drywall: Mixing Joint Compound for 2nd Coat