bad drywall leads to bad mudding
So after knocking down a wall, reframing it, and then putting drywall up I have found out that my joints did not match.
This is my first time at this, and mudding is an art form and I am not good.
So now I have a dip from the old plaster to the new dry wall of about 1/4 inch.
WHAT IS THE BEST WAY TO MAKE THIS WHOLE SECTION SMOOTH.
Do I have to keep on back filling till one side is as high as the other? My mud was too thick before and I was going to thin it out to get the consistency of pudding I am told.
TO FIX THIS DEPRESSION IS IT BETTER TO HAVE THICK OR THIN MUD?