Being a spray you will need to wipe out the excess in order for the drywall to look smooth and clean.
Not designed for this might but the carpet is to poures to use this use carpet glue would be my advice.
I recently tried this with somewhat poor results. Cracks may develop along the border of the paper and mud compound, no matter how well the material is adhered to the drywall. If this is used for paper-faced corner bead, I recommend applying it very heavily to ensure complete adhesion.
Yes, as long as the joint compound/setting compound surface is dry. Think contact adhesive - it will bond anything (including corner bead of course) to any solid surface.
This is just a guess, but the tack is immediate when you press the sprayed surfaces together. It might be hard to position the inside corner bead exactly the way you want it if it sticks to the wall immediately. Other than that, I don't know why it wouldn't at least hold the bead in place long enough for you to set it in mud or setting compound.
No, the tack is immediate when sprayed but it's not particularly strong. Your flooring would peel up in a day or two.
No, this product is intended for plastic corners when using our drywall corner bead adhesive. Thanks for asking!
The can says there is a solvent to clean the sprayer tip when it gets clogged. This cleaner should work on a floor as well if safe for the floor. I needed to clean the sprayer tip and use rubbing alcohol which work just fine. I got the adhesive on my hands and use Goo Gone which worked in removing it from the hands.
Yes if u are not around