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Old 05-28-2008, 10:59 PM   #1
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I am currently remodelling my family room and am going to use Beadex Bullnose corners, I want to use the Beadex 2 Way Corner Cap, could someone explain how I should install these. Thanks in advance...........scotty
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Old 05-29-2008, 04:34 AM   #2
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Spray Adhesive for Drywall Corner Bead. Examples:

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http://www.trim-tex.com/catalog/finishtool.htm

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Thanks or the reply AtlanticWBConst, I will have a look at that, I only have 3 corners to put on..............scotty
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One more question please, are these Bullnose Caps paintable or do I have to build up mud on the corner. Thanks again.............scotty
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One more question please, are these Bullnose Caps paintable or do I have to build up mud on the corner. Thanks again.............scotty
They are paintable as they are.
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Thanks you again for your reply AtlanticWBConst, one more thing these new ( to me anyway ) beadex metal with paper on inside corners, do you still do one side at a time and wait for it to dry, or can you do both sides .
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You install (apply) it by setting both sides of the paper edges as the same time using compound. Once applied, coat one side and allow it to dry. When dry, scrape down any crusty lumps or waves, and then coat the opposite side.

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Thanks again AtlanticWBConst, have to go to work but will start on the mudding tommorow...............scotty
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I finished my drywalling project and it looks great. Now that I am ready to put my suspended ceiling back up I am looking for Bullnose corner covers for the angle moulding, Armstrong make a couple of different ones, there part numbers are 7864,7866. I can only find the square ones here in my town, would anyone know where I could get these.
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