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Old 03-03-2015, 07:10 PM   #21
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Generally, when we hung, we didn't scrap out, but the scrap was organized. We would try to get it to the most accessible room/ window

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Old 03-03-2015, 09:24 PM   #22
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We paper floors because I'm a messy finisher and we spray our texture !
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Scraping sucks, I hang every once in awhile and I clean as I go, as in set my cuts by the rock all in one pile. That's the only way I can work efficiently. These fellas just dropped it where they cut. And I don't know why the paper either hell scrape em and sweep em and get paid!
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Why paper the floors?
Cause only hacks use mesh.....










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dont scrap it all some people like it for dinner
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Holy! Drywall beaver
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Paper on the floor with stilts? Being a finisher i would be pist.
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