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Sheetrock 250 ft. Drywall Joint Tape
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Sheetrock

250 ft. Drywall Joint Tape

  • High tensile strength
  • Resists tearing, stretching and distortion
  • Wafer-thin paper for easier joint treatment
$1.98 /each

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Sheetrock Brand 250 ft. Paper Joint Tape features high tensile strength to deliver strong, reliable wall joints that resist cracking, stretching, wrinkling and tearing under tools. Use with USG Sheetrock Joint Compounds to reinforce joints and corners. The roughened surface ensures a strong bond and the center-crease simplifies corner applications.

  • Resists tearing, stretching and distortion
  • Roughened surface for superior bond
  • Accurately center-creased to improve corner treatment
  • Recommended with pre-mixed USG Sheetrock Brand Joint Compounds
  • 250 ft. of tape per roll
  • Note: Product may vary by store

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how do i get this seam tape to adhere ?

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Tried everything suggested, and still bubbles up and won't stick
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Smear setting compound over the joints that you are sealing and then press the tape into the setting compound. Flatten the tape into the setting compound by dragging a joint knife over it.
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Hello, thank you for your question regarding our Sheetrock Brand Drywall Joint Tape. It's important that the proper Joint Compound be used when embedding the Tape. You'll want to use either a Taping Compound, one of the All Purpose Joint Compounds or one of the Setting Type Joint Compounds. When embedding the Tape, you must leave no less than 1/32" of Joint Compound under the Tape. If too much Compound Read More
Hello, thank you for your question regarding our Sheetrock Brand Drywall Joint Tape. It's important that the proper Joint Compound be used when embedding the Tape. You'll want to use either a Taping Compound, one of the All Purpose Joint Compounds or one of the Setting Type Joint Compounds. When embedding the Tape, you must leave no less than 1/32" of Joint Compound under the Tape. If too much Compound is removed it will not set up properly and bond the Tape to the Wallboard. Read Less
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Is this tape self adhesive?

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No the tape is not self adhesive. You need to use it with setting compound.
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Thank you for your Question, this tape is not self adhesive
you would need to use joint compound to set the tape I hope this helps.
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Can I purchase a piece of bathroom sheetrock instead of the entire 4 x 8 ?

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We are repairing a section at the bottom of the shower door and only need about a 3 ft sq section.
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Rated 5.0 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Worked well Great tape. Performed well but we are not experts! We did have a problem with it sometimes bubbling up at the joints when it dried but that was our fault and we definitely learned from it. August 2, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Surprisingly easy to use, even for a novice We're remodeling our bathroom and after installing new drywall on the ceiling and walls I decided to try finishing the walls myself. I've never taped drywall joints before so was a little apprehensive but decided to use the paper tape instead of the fiberglass mesh. This tape is very easy to use and even a novice can get good results quickly. In my case, I decided to use 90 minute setting compound so I could take my time learning how to do it properly. There were a couple of things I found really useful: 1. When taping a joint like the wall to ceiling, fold the paper first. Flatten out the fold before wetting the tape. 2. Before you press it into the setting compound, pull the tape quickly through a bowl of clean water and pull the tape between your first two fingers to remove the excess water. The joint knife slides over the paper much easier when it is damp. May 11, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Easy to use and holds in place I used this in conjunction with the wallboard joint compound and Flex 'n Fill premium spackling paste to patch a hole in the wall from installing a new faucet. What is great about Home Depot is they have all the items needed to get the job done. The quality is always on the spot. May 30, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Home Depot makes all my purchasing for home repair so much better than running around to different store to get everything you need in one stop when taping drywall, if you don't know what you are doing, then try try try again, it's not all that difficult April 5, 2016
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