that would work great, is that just joint compound? how do you keep if from coming off the wall?If im understanding this right then i would dot and dab them. 95% of homes in UK with block walls are done this way. Shouldnt see why you couldnt over here. like below
that would work great, is that just joint compound? how do you keep if from coming off the wall?
Not on an inside wall.:thumbsup:In canada if you glue that drywall to the cinder block, I guarantee in 2 years you'll have massive mold. Also, furring strips or any type of wood aren't allowed to touch concrete or cinder block according to building code. I imagine the same goes for everywhere else. You need to create a thermal break by insulating the wall.
I remember pounding a bunch of those into concrete back in vocational school with my cheap little 16 oz. rip hammer. :sad:We have always used these on our wood furring,
http://www.wwhenry.com/content.aspx?id=127&View=Product&cID=75&pID=127&ProductID=81i cant find that dot dab stuff in the us, im going to use tapcons and fering strips and see how it comes out. thanks for the advise