When I bought my place the prior owner was converting the garage into a living space. I have checked to make sure that floor was sealed and that he used PT2x ect ect. All that looks fine.
The problem that I have is he used drywall on the walls he put up and left osb on the original garage walls....now the question
Do I need to replace the rest of the osb OR is there a way or a product that will allow me to flaten(remove) the osb texture so that it looks flat(closer to drywall) I know it may not be just like drywall but if I can get it close that fine by me.
It seems that some of the osb was placed with the smooth side facing in but not all of it.
And one more question....the ceiling is osb as well, can knock down be sprayed on a osb ceiling??
Thanks in advance and sorry if I post in the wrong area.
Thanks for the fast replies!
Yup, I have checked for insulation and above the ceiling is about 12" of blow-in, the walls were filled with GU160 by Guardian thats a Fiberglass insulation r-19 roll - 6.5"x15".
I think if topping compund will work on osb like A.spruce said that is what I'll go with for the walls.
But now... can knock down be sprayed on a osb ceiling?? yes/no?