How do I repair drywall tape that has bubbled?

Answer Cut the Bubble OutUse a utility knife to cut the bubble out of the tape. Cut out any areas that are lifting from the wall and chip away any loose mud that comes away with the tape. Scrape over the ... Read More »

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How do I repair tape in drywall?

PrepareTake a sharp razor knife, and cut away the tape at each end about 12 inches beyond the damaged area. Sand away the dried drywall compound using a medium drywall sanding pad. Take care not to... Read More »

How to Repair Peeling Drywall Tape?

Most homes in the U.S. have interior walls constructed with drywall (also known as sheetrock). Drywall comes in panels composed of a layer of gypsum covered in layers of heavy paper. When panels a... Read More »

How to Repair Drywall Tape Bubbles?

Bubbles in drywall tape can form if the house or walls are shifting, or if they are vibrating synchronously with a source in the house or outside it. They can also form because the drywall wasn't t... Read More »

How to Repair Loose Drywall Tape?

An editor has suggested that this article be merged with:"How to Repair Drywall Tape That Is Separating from Your Walls" Per the merge policy, if these topics are determined to be similar but disti... Read More »