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Home Level 5 Finishing: When to Use and Application Methods

Modern construction often includes open floor plans, tall walls, and ‘raking’ light from large windows or lighting fixtures. When finishing spaces like this – or if dark or glossy paints are going to be applied – drywall finishers have an opportunity to educate their customer on the importance of Level 5 finishing as a means of achieving smooth, seamless results. In this video, Lydia Crowder explains when you need to consider a Level 5 finish, and the differences between the traditional method of skim coating and a spray-applied solution like USG Sheetrock® Brand Tuff-Hide™ Primer-Surfacer.

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