Most of the times people get confused about how you do things or what to do or what not to. You need to first understand the concept and do some research before you start the work on how to Mud and Tape Drywall Corners.
One of the most important methods you need to know for drywall application is how to mud and tape drywall. The process of mudding and taping drywall is a bit messy but it is not that hard to do. The right tools and the proper techniques will make the job a lot simpler than it looks. Before you start the work you need know what kinds of tools will be needed.
1.First take a tape to outside the wall corners, start by attaching a metal or plastic corner bead to the drywall corner.
3.Then spread the compound down the wall, completely covering the wall corner and apply corner bead on the wet compound. Scrape unwanted compound from the wall.
5.Let second coat to dry out.Then apply a third and final compound coat Sand lightly with a 12-inch knife.
10.Use your hand to Set the drywall tape into the wet compound, then use the 4-inch knife to tight the wall press the tape, squeezing out the unnecessary compound.
11.Then Immediately spread more compound around the tape side. Apply with the more pressure on the outer edge of the knife to feather the compound.