Interior Level 2 • 3m 30s
After drywall mud is applied to a wall, the mud acts like a sponge. The mud will absorb more sheen out of the paint than the rest of the wall. When everything dries, the mudded areas will show as dull spots and the sheen will not be consistent over the entire wall. This is called flashing. What else do we need to know about primer? Let’s take a look…
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