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Trillium
Re: Bath fan, recessed cans, new drywall, how to cut out holes

We did try ink then lipstick on the lips of recessed fan and can but it didn't work at all for the fan since the heat duct drops a little lower than the lips so the lipstick never did touch the drywall. The can did not in fact have a lip as my husband told me so there wasn't much of a surface to put lipstick on. It sort of made some marks but all in all it didn't work well for our situation. We decided to buy a Roto Zip and boy is that thing slick and made the job go so much smoother. We are doing a small bathroom with all sorts of issues so getting the dry wall in place is a bit of a circus act so avoiding the whole step of putting lipstick on the drywall surface and then taking it down again to cut out was a lot of extra work.
Thanks to all who responded.

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