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Old 05-02-2011, 07:01 AM   #1
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How to fill Durock board outside corner joints


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I am remodeling my bathroom. After I attach Durock Cement Boards to studs and before tiling walls I will fill straight and inside corner joints with latex-fortified mortar and alkaliresistant, fiberglass meshjoint tape. But I am not sure how to fill outside corner joints. Do I need to use the same approach or use metal corners instead of mesh tape?

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Hi,

I am remodeling my bathroom. After I attach Durock Cement Boards to studs and before tiling walls I will fill straight and inside corner joints with latex-fortified mortar and alkaliresistant, fiberglass meshjoint tape. But I am not sure how to fill outside corner joints. Do I need to use the same approach or use metal corners instead of mesh tape?

Thanks.
Same approach, mesh tape and thinset.
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