I always spray a high build primer on new drywall if I need a perfect finish. Pole sand everything afterwards, have the drywall finishers touch up using a halogen. Finishing the walls after that is cake.
I agree too, it's good to work the primer into the drywall with a roller to ensure proper adhesion. It wouldn't hurt to pole sand after the prime coat as well to knock off any high spots/fuzzy texture, (I said "fuzzy" :yes
I always use halogens as well to point up...but I do it myself to get it done right ...
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