A wet gypsum material applied to drywall joints.
A plaster-like compound used with drywall tape, to join sheets of drywall into a smooth, continuous panel.
A synthetic compound that is used for repairing walls, usually over larger areas
A synthetic-based formula used in combination with paper tape to conceal joints between drywall panels.
A pastelike material used to cover tape at drywall seams for a smoother finish. Also called spackle.
A synthetic formula used in combination with paper or fiber-glass mesh tape to conceal joints.
A plaster-like substance used to fill seams and irregularities in drywalling, either the vinyl-based drying type, which hardens as the water medium dries, or setting type, which hardens by a chemical reaction that is catalyzed by water.
A cementitious material used in covering joints, corners and fasteners in the finishing of gypsum board to produce a smooth monolithic surface; also called Spackle or Joint Cement.
A material applied to threaded connections to help prevent leaks in plumbing. Also, in carpentry, a wet gypsum material applied to sheetrock joints.
Putty like material, which is used to cover fastener heads or to embed joint tape for bonding when working with drywall. There is also a water resistant type for use with water resistant drywall or for exterior work.
Joint compound is a white substance similar to plaster used to seal joints between sheets of drywall, primarily in building construction. It is often refered to simply as "mud".