I hope this Georgia Pacific thing is not a very big issue.:wallbash:probably got a good deal on the gypsum from china. Couldn't pass it up.
awhile back I had some really bad drywall from GP. They sent two reps out to look at it and tried to deny it was their drywall.I hope this Georgia Pacific thing is not a very big issue.:wallbash:
Well, for us, it wasn't THAT brutal at the initial stage, but as time went on, the smell would "pool" in the room. Once we knew where it was coming from, it was obvious. It wasn't like dropping the router in a bucket of vomit dust. One partner just blamed the other for B.O till we knew the source, lol:w00t:But don't you generally cut into the core as you are installing it? Is there something I am missing here? One touch with the rotozip should send the crew fleeing in disgust. Unless your crews smell worse then the vomitboard? Personal hygiene perhaps?