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Old 12-27-2008, 01:29 PM   #1
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Hardie Backer to drywall transition


I am remodeling a bathtub shower surround.
I tore out the old tile and drywall and installed hardie backer.
It goes all the way the ceiling.
The drywall on the ceiling is in good shape and I don't want to have to refinish it. How should I fill the gap between the hardie backer and the drywall? I could use modified thin set, caulking etc. I don't want to put mesh tape over the joint as it will show on the ceiling.

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Hardie Backer to drywall transition


Previously discussed here: Cement board meets drywall?

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