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In fact, joint compound is sometimes used for texturing.
Garrison's exposure to Georgia Pacific's joint compound which contained Union Carbide asbestos between 1974 and 1975 caused his terminal cancer.
The TufCOR product line is based on a range of chemistries including vinyl acetate/ethylene (VAE), polyvinyl acetate homopolymers, and acrylic polymers for applications such as tape-joint and joint compounds, caulks and sealants, mastics, cement bonding and liquid admixtures, and spackling compounds.
Then hammer or screw the panel to the stud, making sure to dent into the paper just enough so that you will be able to hide the head with joint compound later.
Eventually, you can skim over those cracks with joint compound and repaint.
Unfortunately for the Strickland family and thousands of others, Union Carbide, according to the verdict, was supplying asbestos to the joint compound industry from the late 60's until 1978, when asbestos was finally banned from being used in joint compounds being sold in the U.
When you have the loose plaster secured, tape the cracks and conceal everything with patching plaster or dry-wall joint compound.
From the early 1960s through 1977, a substantial percentage of walls and ceilings constructed in homes and offices used asbestos containing joint compound to fill the seams or joints between wall board panels.