patch plaster/ 1/4-round separation

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Old 01-19-02, 06:53 AM
kdkrone
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Question patch plaster/ 1/4-round separation

I have an adobe house with rounded plaster that blends with the door jambs.

12 years ago we did a remodel and tried to duplicate the edge treatment by abutting the drywall to 1/4 round wood that was nailed to the door jambs and then plastering over the drywall and 1/4 round.

In a number of places, cracks have developed at the junctions of the 1/4 round and drywall, despite having run paper tape over the joints and I would like to repair this.

My first thought is to find some adhesive like floor adhesive and apply it with a striated trowel so that the plaster would have something to adhere to. I suspect that there is some easier, more reliable solution and would interested to hear about it.

Thanks,
Ken Krone
 
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Old 01-19-02, 02:25 PM
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Hi Ken, New homes have rounded corners. They make a rounded corner bead that may be just what you need. I think it is called bullnose. Consider the type that has tape on the side, you don't have to nail it on just mud it on like tape. Fast and easy.
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Old 01-19-02, 09:07 PM
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plaster/ 1/4 round separation

Thanks for your reply. Actually, the 1/4 round is still attached to the door jambs and lintels, so I really would create a terrible mess if I had to remove them all and then replace them with the other 1/4 round metal bullnose. I am sure that there must be some way of repairing this without making it into too huge a project.

Thanks,
Ken
 
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