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Introduction

Most of the material in this Drywalling section was originally developed for an interactive DVD.  It was a tough marketing decision between selling DVDs or getting web sponsorship to pay for such a production but feedback from you has said that you would prefer to have access to all of this information on the web.  So here it is. 

There is no particular project shown here -- but rather in the spirit of Learning Curves, here are the working techniques for installing, finishing and repairing drywall.

Learning Curve 7


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Karl on August 04, 2010 19:15

Hey, I want to thank you for making this series of videos available online. The videos are clearly understandable and detailed. I learned a huge amount about drywalling here, and it went a long way toward making my renovation project possible.Again, many thanks!

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