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Dec 19 2018 Leave a 14inch gap between the greenboard and the cement board during installation Mix the thinset mortar according the instructions on the bag Even if you plan to use mastic

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  • What thinset to use for Hardiebacker board seams Terry
    What thinset to use for Hardiebacker board seams Terry

    Jul 06 2017 Keep in mind that tiling board seams are not like dealing with drywallit doesnt need to look pretty and the tape doesnt need to be embedded fully it will be when you add the thinset and tile HardieBacker is particularly thirstyliberally wipe it down with a wet sponge prior to adding thinset or it will suck all of the moisture out of

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  • How to Estimate for Drywall Mud Hunker
    How to Estimate for Drywall Mud Hunker

    Measure the area where the new drywall will be installed To get the square feet of the area measure the width and height and multiply the two numbers A standard 4by8 sheet for example measures 32 square feet Calculate that one gallon of joint compound will be needed to mud between 100 and 200 square feet of drywall

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  • How to Apply Joint Compounds to Durock Cement Boards
    How to Apply Joint Compounds to Durock Cement Boards

    Durock Cement Boards are a type of drywall reinforced with cement for a harder surface This type of wall material can be finished just like ordinary drywall using joint tape and joint compound Joint compound is used to help provide a seal between the Durock panels and to fill the depressions left by either nails or screws during installation

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  • Walls This Old House
    Walls This Old House

    Wall Renovation More Wall Renovation How to Cut a PassThrough in a Load Bearing Wall Finding and Restoring Hidden Plaster Details How to Use Salvaged Building Materials in New Construction Wall Maintenance More Wall Maintenance How to Treat Stains on Plaster and Drywall Brush Advice to Know Before Painting a Room More Wall Planning

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  • Drywall Showers and other Bad Ideas What not to do
    Drywall Showers and other Bad Ideas What not to do

    Nov 22 2012 The cement board should go at least to the shower head usually around 6 ft high or so My suspicion is that AHes using 14 inch cement board on the walls or B that the drywall is 58 thick This is typical in multifamily construction If its 14 inch cement board then thats not good It shouldnt be used on walls

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  • bathroom How to join seams between hardiebacker and
    bathroom How to join seams between hardiebacker and

    Dont worry as much about the drywall mud As you said fibatape 4 Do that first For 3 set your bead in drywall mud Then finish the drywall side in drywall mud and the upper side above the showerhead in drywall mud Feather the lower portion of the bead out with thinset just to keep everything on plane

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  • 25 lb Durabond 90 SettingType Joint Compound
    25 lb Durabond 90 SettingType Joint Compound

    SHEETROCK Brand Durabond 90 25 lb SettingType Joint Compound allows for oneday drywall finishing and nextday decoration of drywall interiors and exterior soffits Compound is ideal for heavy fills and are virtually unaffected by humidity It provides low shrinkage and superior bond making it excellent for projects like laminating drywall

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  • Taping And Mudding Cement Board Drywall Plaster DIY
    Taping And Mudding Cement Board Drywall Plaster DIY

    Jan 31 2014 Use the thin set to the end of the tile then while still wet wipe off the excess and use joint compound from that point NO it doest sand and feather it is basically concrete Redguard will work as it waterproofer roll it over the board not over the thin set

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  • Ceramic Tile Backer Board Installation Hunker
    Ceramic Tile Backer Board Installation Hunker

    Nov 28 2018 Taping and mudding the joints between the cement board panels is much like the initial finishing process for drywall You apply a layer of mud over the joint then add tape and smooth out the mud However in this case the tape must be alkaliresistant fiberglass cement board tape do not use standard mesh drywall tape

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  • Installing Cement Board Underlayment for Tile Flooring
    Installing Cement Board Underlayment for Tile Flooring

    There are various cement board products available but most are installed in a similar fashion starting with mortaring and screwing the panels to the subfloor then taping and mudding the joints between panels much like you do with drywall When the mudded joints are dry its time to lay tile

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  • How to Tape Backerboard Joints
    How to Tape Backerboard Joints

    In addition to attaching it to the floor you also need to fix the seams between the boards with tape Here are the basics of taping backer board joints effectively Step 1 Fill the Gaps When you install backer board you will notice that the edges are tapered which allows the boards to meet and forms a small gap

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  • Mesh Tape Dont skip this step
    Mesh Tape Dont skip this step

    Jan 12 2016 It depends on the brand of cement board One brand says to leave 18 inch gaps and another says to lightly butt the sheets together I usually put a small gap in when I install cement board on walls And I dont know anything about tiling over Adobe If you find out what the proper way to handle it is if be interested to know

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  • bathroom Can you use drywall mud on hardiboard
    bathroom Can you use drywall mud on hardiboard

    I used dry wall mud then latex paint on cement hardibacker behind my wood stove stove was 1416 away I know thats close It stuck very well even with taped joints and looked good however The heat over a number of years7 caused the mud and paint to chip and fleck off

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  • bathroom Can you use drywall mud on hardiboard
    bathroom Can you use drywall mud on hardiboard

    Hardiboard has even more texture than sheetrock for mud adhesion and at least as good of moisture absorption so mud should adhere quite well Certainly the flex of Hardiboard is less than sheetrock so there should be no issues with flexing causing cracking of dried mud

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  • finishing over cement board Drywall Finishing Drywall Talk
    finishing over cement board Drywall Finishing Drywall Talk

    Jul 29 2010 I was wondering if its ok to apply joint compound over cement board or should I use some hot mud the project Im doing now the customer hung the board but on the under side of the bulk head he installed cement board where the oven and stove is going to be any suggestions Ive never ran into this type of situation before

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  • DIY Bathroom Remodeling Phase 4 Cement Board
    DIY Bathroom Remodeling Phase 4 Cement Board

    Having the cement board alkaliresistant screws joint tape and mortar will get you one step closer to installing the tub surround the right way Start With the Back Wall We installed the upper back wall panel first Since the width of the back wall was a little more than 5 feet wide we simply installed a full panel without having to trim it

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  • Joint compound not thinset on cement board in shower
    Joint compound not thinset on cement board in shower

    Redgard is approved for use over drywall but drywall joint compound is not the right thing for filling those joints according to the cement board manufacturers and thats the wrong tape as well At 12 a sheet or so for backer Id start over and do it the right way

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  • tiling Do you need to tape and mud cement board
    tiling Do you need to tape and mud cement board

    Unlike Sheetrock the edges of the cement board in this case hardibacker arent beveled at all In the past when Ive done this I had a rough time getting a relatively flat surface I can tape and mud sheetrock fairly well I guess I suck at cement board DA01 Nov 27 12 at 2132

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  • How to Tape Drywall Joints The Family Handyman
    How to Tape Drywall Joints The Family Handyman

    Lay on the tape and apply a smooth thin layer of compound over the tape Butt joints where two nontapered edges meet are the most difficult to hide because the tape sits above the surface of the drywall The best advice is to avoid them like the plague Use longer pieces of drywall if possible 10ft or 12ft to span walls and ceilings

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  • Cement Board to Drywall JointWhat Do I Do Archive
    Cement Board to Drywall JointWhat Do I Do Archive

    If the joint falls under the tile which it sound like it does just use thinset and alkaliresistant tape no sillycone or caulk is needed The ceiling joint may be done the same way if you are tiling the ceiling or if you are painting the ceiling you may want to use drywall mud on the exposed portion after tiling using caulk to fill the tile edge to ceiling joint

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  • Do You Have to Use Tape When Mudding Drywall eHow
    Do You Have to Use Tape When Mudding Drywall eHow

    Mudding is the process of applying wet joint compound to the seams between drywall panels and smoothing it flush with the wall In almost all cases you need to apply drywall tape to the seams to reinforce the compound and keep it from crumbling out when dry Drywall pros use paper tape because its fast and offers the smoothest finish but it

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  • How to Make the Transition From Cement Board to
    How to Make the Transition From Cement Board to

    Dec 19 2018 Leave a 14inch gap between the greenboard and the cement board during installation Mix the thinset mortar according the instructions on the bag Even if you plan to use mastic

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  • How to Finish a Joint Between Drywall and the Cement Board
    How to Finish a Joint Between Drywall and the Cement Board

    Spread joint compound over the length of the tape with a 6inch drywall knife Make the seam just wide enough to cover the entire surface of the tape generally 3 inches Get it smooth and flat Dab additional compound over the screw holes on both the drywall and cement boards near

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  • How to Make the Transition From Cement Board to
    How to Make the Transition From Cement Board to

    Dec 19 2018 Even if you plan to use mastic instead of mortar to install the tile you must use mortar to bridge the joint between cement board panels and drywall Fill the gap between the boards with mortar

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  • Drywall question thinset vs drywall compound Yahoo Answers
    Drywall question thinset vs drywall compound Yahoo Answers

    Jun 21 2010 Use only joint compound spackle Thinset is a cement product and is an adhesive used to apply tiles to the wallboard After you spackle to fill holes and cracks you can apply a thin coat of thinset that will be underneath tiles to keep the corner more waterproof since spackle is water soluble so it can soften if it comes into contact with water

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  • How to Install Cement Board for Ceramic Tile
    How to Install Cement Board for Ceramic Tile

    Cement board commonly sold under trade names such as Durock Hardiebacker and WonderBoard is now the standard underlayment used for ceramic porcelain or stone tile laid with thinset mortar board is used for most floor tile and has all but replaced plywood and drywall backer materials for walltile applications in wet areas like showers and tub surrounds

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  • How to Install Cement Board for Tile Projects Family
    How to Install Cement Board for Tile Projects Family

    Complete the job by piecing in any missing drywall and taping the seams Cut drywall to fill in between the existing wall or ceiling and the cement board Screw the drywall to the studs Cover all of the corners joints and seams including the joint where drywall and cement board

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  • Which mud for drywall hardie joint Terry Love
    Which mud for drywall hardie joint Terry Love

    Jan 16 2019 The hardie board and drywall joint is boggling me for some reason So my question is which joint mud should I use in the pictured joint Would I use drywall mud with fiberglass tape or mortar with tape made for cement board application As you can guess I am a DIY girl Im new at this and still learning but I want my project done correctly

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  • How to Finish the Joint Between a Tile Backer Drywall
    How to Finish the Joint Between a Tile Backer Drywall

    Jul 17 2017 Mix thinset mortar according to the manufacturers instructions and apply a thin coat over the fiberglass tape with a drywall knife Push the mortar through the mesh tape and into the 18inch space between the backer board and the drywall Run the drywall knife over the mortar to create a smooth finish and remove any excess material

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