<P>In reading past postings on running boxes , im surprised to see that most guys are using only 2 box sizes for coating. Would b interested in Knowing how many out there are using 3 . I run 3 ..... 7,10,12. If not happy with final result will still skim wide by hand especially around ceiling...
<P>any of you guys have luck saving time glass taping and 7" boxing w hotmud. .......then follow with 12" box with finish (topping). too much touch up? too big a risk for humping w/ hotmud. Let me know what you think. thanks dudes!</P>
This is my typical angle boxing routine. It's the last 15 sheets in a 300 sheet house. Double run, no top angle laps, leg laps placed at wall seams. It probably took Fr8 5 miniutes to pick out this room.
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This is one of our new guys.He has used the box 3 times now . Once with small box and this was his second time with 10". Pretty tuff garage considering all the sht in the way:censored:. Hes not the fastest but is on the right path:thumbsup:. I show a real rough edge to show you...
I'll try to get some vids out of this next job on various topics. But to start with here are some pics of our seams,
The firs is our 8" block coat double boxed and sanded. Gauged with a FLAT 12" knife.
The second is our 12" skim coat double boxed and sanded.