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Taping a drywall and Redgard’d cement board joint

You can mud over the Redgard like it wasn't there, but I wouldn't. What I would do is tape and protect the Redgard from an excessive coverage of mud. The tile is waterproof to a degree and you can run ...
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Taping a drywall and Redgard’d cement board joint

You can tape and mud the joints. The compound will take a little longer to dry but all will be well. Apply RedGuard to any area that will be subjected to water.
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Can You Paint & Texture Cement Board/Backerboard

I've done this a few dozen times. It needs to be done before tile is installed. First step is to tape and mud (drywall compound) the seam, adding mud to cover about 2 inches beyond where the tile will ...
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Can You Paint & Texture Cement Board/Backerboard

Mud & sand it to make it smooth, and treat it like drywall from that point forward.
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What's the easiest way to remove Hardie board that's been shot down to cement flooring with a Hilti gun or the hilty gun

Get a lever or two under it and break off the cement board. use an angle grinder to cut off the nails (they're not coming out)
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