Home improvement and home refurnishing is the task that is very interesting. If you are passionate and bit creative you can do this on your own. If you are planning for putting down new drywall then you can easily put it up in few easy steps and few drywall tapings tips. With the help of some drywall taping tools you can easily do the job which includes putty trial, sandpaper, joint putty, scraper, etc. With your excellent skills and creativity, you can add new texture and drapes into your room.

You are totally free to try out various drywall sanding tips and drywall hanging tips that will make your room well-furnished and good looking.

Drywall your home on your own with these easy sanding tips

  1. The very first step when you want to drywall your home is to sand down your walls.
  2. You should focus on to get rid of any bumps or imperfections that you have on your walls. This may be bit time consuming but you will get the well-furnished and clean looking wall at the end.
  3. Then you should wipe down everything so that there is no sand on the wall. This way you can just see just the clean white surface without any dust.
  4. You need to use your scrapper and putty trial so that you can fill out any holes on your wall. Then after drying, you can repeat another coat on your wall if you want to have smother finish.
  5. Using sandpaper is also essential to get the smooth and silky touch on your room walls. But care has to be taken while using the sandpaper as it should only be used on the dry wall.
  6. There is drywall kit that is available in the market. You can get it and use it to get the superior wall finish.
  7. Now when your wall is dry and ready to pain, you can add colors to it according to your feel and creativity.

Keep in mind that you might also want to add few more coats on your wall if you want to add durability and shine on your wall. Hope these all tips will help you give your walls the newer look you need. These DIY tips are easy and great to follow.

By Arlene Huff

Arlene Huff is the founding member of Golden State Online. Before that She was a general assignment reporter. A native Californian, she graduated from the University of California with a degree in medical anthropology and global health. She currently lives in Los Angeles.