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This wall is ready to sand. I have used my 4.5 inch knife to fill in drag marks or slight depressions and have also used the knife to scrape down any high spots. You can't see from the photo, but there is a small amount of sanding to do in the corners (since this is the most difficult area to scrape down). The joint on the right would look fairly good un-sanded, as would the outside corners, but a very light sanding will obtain a near perfect surface.  Using your knife to scrape down the surface instead of sandpaper results in a nice level surface (and a lot less dust!).

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