Yesterday we spent the day working on the "skim coat" which is the third step of the drywall mud applied to the inside corners, flats and butt joints. A great skim coat will create a smooth finish with minimal sanding and completes the appearance of the wall/drywall to look entirely seamless and all "one piece". The following photos show Christian with the
Today we finished wiping down all the new corner beads and started sanding. The sanding process is the last stage before applying primer. We used the
. This is a fantastic shop vac for many purposes on the job, but it's great for eliminating dust while sanding.