How do you make a temporary wall?
How to Build a Temporary Wall
- STEP 1: Apply the sill seal to those surfaces that the temporary wall will touch.
- STEP 2: Cut a pair of 2x4s to the length you want the temporary wall to be.
- STEP 3: Cut two more 2x4s to be 3 inches shy of ceiling height.
- STEP 7: Finish the wall however you please.
Can you plaster directly onto plywood?
Either plaster or drywall mud can be applied over plywood. Since plywood is a smooth surface, it is a good idea to cover it with metal lath, before applying the plaster.
Is plywood cheaper than drywall?
Drywall is cheaper than plywood – Most wood materials are expensive. Fixing drywall is also a lot cheaper and less time consuming than plywood. Drywall is slightly less durable than plywood, but that is reflected in the cost of the material as well.
How do you hide seams in plywood walls?
The most astheticaly(sp) pleasing way to cover gaps in a plywood wall with flush results is to glue up a veneer on the gaps. caulking, silicone, anything else will be ugly, dirty, and eventually fall out.