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Old 08-13-2018, 05:05 AM   #1
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Prior to running mud on pre painted and wallpaper or any questionable surfaces I really recommend Zissner Cover Stain oil. Also called All Prime.

Iíve tried Guardz, which is a very good product but itís not for me. Mud sticks and dries faster on the flatter Cover Stain.


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Ever since I invested in the Festool midi and small sander I hit the surrounding surface prior when I remember and that too will help immensely

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