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Old 01-26-2019, 12:36 AM   #1
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Straighflex 90 Installed Reverse


Got tired of hearing that it was taking forever to finish a soffit I had to build in our kitchen. Really want to hire someone to do the taping but ran out of time and decided to give it a go myself.

Purchase everything I need and got moving it. I’ve done very small drywall jobs but never used straight fleet 90. I thought I did a decent job, then while cleaning up I reread the directions on the box and realized I put the tape on backward. It’s about 20 lf where the ceiling hits the wall and ceiling, 40 lf total.

Can instill use this or did I totally screw up?!!!!!!??
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Old 01-26-2019, 12:42 AM   #2
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Re: Straighflex 90 Installed Reverse


So how can your trade be drywall?

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Definitely not a drywaller. Just registered and though the question was what trade my question was related to.
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