Re: Drywall Seems - Bubbles in Tape
The bubbles are usually the result of trapped air caused by either not applying enough pressure to squish out the excess mud and air or by exerting too much pressure and removing all of the mud, which acts as glue for the paper tape. For bubbles, cut them with a utility knife and apply a small piece of tape as a patch. For side tape lift, lift the edge of the tape and work new mud under it.
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