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Posted on Closing gaps in ceiling panels (insulating the workshop)

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#1 posted 07-27-2016 07:08 PM

Cheap, easy (fast), and look good (quality). As they say, you can pick two of these.

Foam in a can sounds like a good approach. After trimming the foam, I’d just paint it and call it done. If you mud over it, it will just crack without any tape. If you go to tape it, it won’t look that good without doing most of the work you’d do doing a full drywall application. Then heck, you might as well do it right and put up wall board. But I think that’s going too far for a workshop/shed.

-- Clin


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