homeowner

Hi,

i am using those plastic corner for where my rounded corner beads meet. I am having trouble getting them to fully adhere to the drywall. they seem solid but the plastic flaps that sit flush on the wall are; able to be pulled up slightly. can i adhere these corners with construction adhesive instead of drywall compound. What method would have the least chance of cracking in the future?

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Round Drywall Corners
by: DrywallTeam

Hello,

Sorry for the late response. If it is of interesting you can use a little adhesive on the back side of the product. Though the compound will hold the product strong. It is what is recommended so I tend to instruct manufactures guidelines. Once the final coat has set and sanded it will be solid.

I hope this helps.

Tyler

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