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Drywall Help - How to finish odd angle corners.


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06-28-08, 02:51 PM   #1  
Drywall Help - How to finish odd angle corners.

I have a few corners that are not 90 degrees. They are somewhere around 135 +/- degress.

I found inside & outside 90 degree corner beads at the big box stores. But nothing like what I need.

Any ideas on where to get these? OR what else I can use?

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JOe

 
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06-28-08, 03:22 PM   #2  
Go to a drywall supply house for flexable corner bead/tape.

You can also use paper tape but it's difficult to keep the fold/crease even for any distance.


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06-28-08, 06:04 PM   #3  
You can buy a product called straight flex at home depot etc...
but you have to put it on with quick set mud. Or you can look around for a product called 'no coat' also called 'ultra flex' its better, in my opinion, than straight flex. These tapes form to whatever angle you need.

 
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06-29-08, 10:06 AM   #4  
Thanks guys.

Appreciate the help.

Joe

 
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