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Old 02-24-2013, 10:30 PM   #1
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I guess you really mean outside corner bead.
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It's so easy to avoid using a toxic spray adhesive here. I try to be safe even when it's not easy, and to see a spray marketed for something like this...

I'd use a nail on or paper faced bead. If I had to glue I'd use polyurethane caulk or something else that's not sprayed.
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It's so easy to avoid using a toxic spray adhesive here. I try to be safe even when it's not easy, and to see a spray marketed for something like this...

I'd use a nail on or paper faced bead. If I had to glue I'd use polyurethane caulk or something else that's not sprayed.

I use adhesive spray and plastic bead when the framing is steel. Only time I'll use the paper/metal bead is on outside corners other than 90*.

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I was thinking caulk would be unusual but it just occurred to me that caulk or constructive adhesive may be my only options because this is the bead I bought and nailing would warp it:
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I've used 3M, and found it too unforgiving. I'm currently using Loctite 200 "middle" spray and it is working well. Spray both the wall and the inside of the bead and don't wait to apply the bead to the wall. If you wait then the adhesive grabs hard and won't let go, so unless you got the bead in the right spot on the first try you are going to rip the paper to get it back up. With the adhesive fresh the bead will side around a bit so you can get it just right. Then I let it dry overnight and set the mud flange in hot mud. Good luck.
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