I was a great job!
Here is a picture of the finished product - this is in the larger bedroom in the basement.
In this picture you can see that the drywall was installed horizontally. This may seem counterintuitive given that the drywall is 8-foot long and the ceilings here are 8-foot but this creates the best look, strongest bond, and the least amount of plastering.
The sanding process makes one heck of a lot of dust as you can see in the picture - on the floor and the shorty step ladder in the foreground.
It was great to see the finishing of the inside coming to an end!
Next step is priming the drywall.
In the tomorrow's post I'll share the finished drywall after priming...
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