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Avoid using smooth-shank nails to put up drywall; gypsum drywall nails are

Avoid using smooth-shank nails to put up drywall; gypsum drywall nails are
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Avoid using smooth-shank nails to put up drywall; gypsum drywall nails are stronger and are rosin coated to improve anchoring. Better yet are drywall screws, which can be driven with an electric drill and won’t pop out later.

Updated Sunday, March 24th, 2013
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