03:32AM | 10/25/99
Member Since: 10/24/99
1 lifetime posts
I saw a show recently that displayed a new drywall corner with a layer of plastic covered on each side by a layer of drywall paper. I would like to know the product name and manufacturer. All of my home projects get stalled at the drywall taping stage because I am terrible at taping corners. I hope this product will help me.

Al Borland

02:21PM | 10/27/99
Member Since: 10/26/99
4 lifetime posts
I have only seen the taped cornerbead that is metal not plastic. It may just be something I have not been able to experiment with yet. As of right now Home Depot has not started carrying it so you may need to check another Home Improvement Warehouses like Home Base or Lowes.


[This message has been edited by Al Borland (edited October 27, 1999).]


05:45PM | 11/06/99
Member Since: 10/26/99
17 lifetime posts
Those were the No-Coat Structural Drywall Corners. For more info,
click on Yonkers Blitz Build on the homepage of Bob's site and then
on Yonkers under the show summaries. Scroll down to show #1006 and
click on the hypertext "special pre-finished corners" for all the
details and a link to their website. They will be able to help you
find a local distributor for the product.


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