Drywall Safety Equipment
Safety glasses or goggles are a must when you're doing any construction work. When you choose a dust mask, look for one with a NIOSH 95 rating to capture fine dust. If the mask has an exhalation valve, you'll literally breathe easier.
A painter's cap protects your head when you're sanding, but you may want to wear a hard hat when installing ceiling panels. Glue a sponge on top of the hard hat and use your head to hold the drywall in position without marring it. Use hearing protection when working with power tools.
- Artistic Drywall Styles & Elements
- Drywall Materials & Supplies
- Framing Basics for Walls & Ceilings
- Drywall Measuring & Cutting
- Basic Drywall Hanging: How to Hang Drywall
- Drywall Taping, Joint Compounds & Sanding
- Advanced Drywall Techniques
- Decorative & Special Drywall Finishes
- How to Repair Drywall: Patching & Repairing Walls and Ceilings