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Old 08-04-2011, 02:29 PM   #1
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Overlapping Tapping


When tapping end joints by tapered joints, or other areas where taping will overlap.

Do you overlap the tape or cut it so it doesn't over lap.


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I have always ran tape from the butt joint into the factory joint, I do this first then tape the factory joints and leave the corners for last. Not saying it's the only way or the right way but it's the way I have done it for years.

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