Tiles, or good quality paint.
No, it is better caulked with a water resistant caulk. ( Also it should be at least water resistant drywall or concrete/fibre board.)
Soak it in a tub of water for a few days, then the drywall can be scraped off.
You put post protectors in the drywall, and don't do it at the end of the drywall.
Cutting drywall before you snap it .
If is is a fiberglass or steel/cast unit, they install while doing the plumbing rough, before insulation and drywall. The cultured marble/garden master tub installs after trim, before flooring.
You probably want to use a water resistant drywall, available anywhere drywall is sold.
Yes, as long as your drywall is in good shape, you can tile it.
You don't put 'spackle' on at all. After taping the drywall seams you 'mud' them with drywall compound. -It is a totally different substance from 'spackle', which should be used only to fill small holes and irregularities in wall.
I put a wood brace behind and repair with drywall mud.
Put them in far enough to where you can smoothly run your hand across it but not deep enough to where you rip the paper on the drywall.
No, the prime coat can go on anytime.
The poly shield goes directly onto the frame before drywall.
It is not advisable to put drywall mud over wallpaper backer. The reason is, the moisture in the drywall mud may cause the backing to loosen and this will result in your entire wall coating coming away.
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Yes, always prime any drywall before painting.
You take shelter in a tub or a basement. When you take shelter in a tub, put a mattress over the tub and your body.
I put mine 16" apart in studs
If you have primer on the drywall, it's only necessary to wipe it if very dusty.
Never heard of that before. The drywall may be very dusty, or the primer iwas not mixed totally.
everything including 5/8 drywall only requires 1 1/4 length drywall screws. you put them in 16 inches apart on the studs and in the center the same distance apart.
You hold it against the studs and screw it in.
Only if you put on a good primer first.
put it in a tub
Yes, but with NO water in - just to play in an empty tub.