san happy: seriously? 20mm??? our standard thickness in NZ is 5mm. 20mm is a waste of product wouldnt you think so?
tigahshark: What tip was used?
Patricia Davey: we are doing a school and tne level five was not on the print now the surface has been primmed and finish coat of paint now they are calling for a level five finish i can not get the mud to hold over finished paint product help me
artrainger: How do you feel about wet sanding for a smooth surface and how it affects primer/paint adhesion?
Andy McNeil: They do say "Millimeters". However they show the use of a "mil gauge". It's an oversight by whoever signed off on the final edit, but it's obviously "mils". Further, it's not like too many novices are going to be trying to apply their own L5 finish.
Jimmy Kitay: Not even close to inches. Or even a quarter inch. U ppl are fools.
Matt Bates: That is one thick coat. Customers might be upset that they lost a few inches in room dimension. Perhaps we meant 18-20 mils? I would expect this kind of flub from a user-made video but not a professionally narrated and produced one from USG.
flgc28: Mils via mil gauge are not the same thing as milimeters (mm)
Self Observer: 18-20mm thick is heaps... just so you know, 20mm is getting pretty close to an inch