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Picture of Dry Taped Joint From Drywall

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Shown below is what the dried tape looks like.  The tape has only the minimal amount of thinned mud under it to insure adhesion so there are no bumps of mud under the tape.  When applying tape remember to quickly run your tape through water, wet your tools down, thin your mud slightly, and the excess mud will easily shoot out from under the tape when sufficient pressure is applied with the knife.  There are a few ridges to the side of the tape which must be scraped off with a dry knife before applying the next coat.

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