I'm at a point with my basement finishing and I've seen some sanders that
have a dust collection system on them like the Makita Finishing Sander. I'm
wondering if I can save time from the hand cramping, dust builder, and
shoulder breaking of manual sanding. Has anyone any recommendations.
Hmmm...wouldn't the amount of dust depend on the amount of mud that is NOW
on the sheetrock....?
Maybe different in your part of the country, but you'd be hard pressed to
get a pro taping crew in to finish up a job like that here in so.cali.
Whenever someone says they did their own taping, I usually ask if
they will need to sand it. The answer tends to be yes.
The next question from me asks if they want to borrow a belt
(top posted for your convenience)
Keep the whole world singing . . . .
DanG (remove the sevens)
I've Never seen a job that didn't require "some" sanding, usually knocking
down ridges, and a light feathering....wet sanding..?
The only time you don't need to sand is if there's to be a Textered
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