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HOW TO SET AND SAND GYPROCK®PLASTERBOARD JOINTSJoint setting is the process of covering and reinforcing the join between sheets to give a smooth, seamless appearance. The Gyprock jointing system is made up of a first coat which includes jointing compound and reinforcing tape, followed by two further coats of compound.Note:Wet areas have specific jointing requirements. For more detailed information, refer to the Gyprock DIY videos and GyprockResidential Installation Guide, available at gyprock.com.au Make sure you use appropriate safety equipment including gloves, a dust mask, safety glasses and hearing protection.SHOPPING LISTGyprock Perforated Paper Tape Gyprock Multi-purpose Joint CompoundGyprock Final Finish if required (see Finish coat below)Internal corner trowel A hawkBroadknives or trowels in 150mm, 200mm and 300mm Sanding float Pole sander or working platform for ceilings150 grit sandpaper or 220 grit sanding meshSoft brush or cloth RECESSED JOINTSFor recessed joints use a three coat system as follows:Tape coat1. Measure the length of Gyprock Perforated Paper Tape you’ll need for the joint.2. Fill the recess fully with the first coat of Gyprock Multi-purpose Joint Compound using a 150mm broadknife.3. Bed the paper reinforcing tape into the centre of the joint and cover lightly with additional compound. It is important to ensure that the tape is installed so that the natural centre crease points towards the joint.4. Cover all fastener heads and fill any surface damage with compound. Allow to dry for at least 24 hours.
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