This easy to make drywall surface is ordinarily introduced on a roof, yet can be made on dividers simply. A blend of medium slurried joint compound is blended into a container with a touch of warm water. Mix the blend in a plastic container utilizing a drill with an oar blending bit connection. Blend the fixings until a toothpaste like consistency is come to.
Presently a step brush is connected to an extending shaft. The pail of blended joint compound is spread equitably into a paint plate. Next, the stomper brush is mushed into the joint compound and quickly slapped onto the roof or divider. A basic wind or turn includes the twirling impact that is pervasive in this plan. A couple of spots can be set before the step brush must be stacked once more. This structure is ideal for concealing old popcorn roofs in washrooms, rooms and living plans.