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Old 05-11-2012, 08:09 PM   #1
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is it necessary to tape and mud a drywall/cementboard joint on a wall that is 1-2" under where the top line of tiles will be?

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I would use webbed tile board tape and thin set.
You did tape all the joints before the tile and waterproof the tile board before the tile, right?
One less place for water to get in.


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But Joe, why would i be asking this question if i had set the tile already?
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