Internet #202035413

Model # BN3VYL

0662752100089

8 ft. x 3/4 in. Vinyl Bullnose Corner Beads (35-Pack)

$ 51 07 /carton

Overview

The Phillips gripSTIK 8 ft. x 3/4 in. Vinyl Bullnose Corner Beads (35-Pack) are impact- and corrosion resistant and specially textured, knurled and designed with perforated flanges for great adhesion.

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Product Overview

The Phillips gripSTIK 8 ft. x 3/4 in. Vinyl Bullnose Corner Beads (35-Pack) are impact- and corrosion resistant and specially textured, knurled and designed with perforated flanges for great adhesion.
  • Durable impact- and corrosion-resistant vinyl
  • Perforated flanges for great joint-compound adhesion and faster drying
  • Textured and knurled to enhance joint-compound and paint adhesion
  • Works great for both drywall- and interior-veneer applications
  • Works great for both drywall and interior veneer applications
  • Perforated flanges for excellent joint compound adhesion as the joint compound penetrates through the bead to the drywall to support long-lasting adhesion
  • Also available in 3/8 in. (Mini) radius
  • Available online in 8 ft. length
  • Mfg part #: bn3vyl 8 ft.
  • Product sold online by the carton, one carton contains 35 pieces of 8 ft. vinyl bullnose corner bead (3/4 in. radius)
  • California residents see Prop 65 WARNINGS

Product Overview

Model #: BN3VYL
Internet #: 202035413

The Phillips gripSTIK 8 ft. x 3/4 in. Vinyl Bullnose Corner Beads (35-Pack) are impact- and corrosion resistant and specially textured, knurled and designed with perforated flanges for great adhesion.

  • Durable impact- and corrosion-resistant vinyl
  • Perforated flanges for great joint-compound adhesion and faster drying
  • Textured and knurled to enhance joint-compound and paint adhesion
  • Works great for both drywall- and interior-veneer applications
  • Works great for both drywall and interior veneer applications
  • Perforated flanges for excellent joint compound adhesion as the joint compound penetrates through the bead to the drywall to support long-lasting adhesion
  • Also available in 3/8 in. (Mini) radius
  • Available online in 8 ft. length
  • Mfg part #: bn3vyl 8 ft.
  • Product sold online by the carton, one carton contains 35 pieces of 8 ft. vinyl bullnose corner bead (3/4 in. radius)
  • California residents see Prop 65 WARNINGS

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Drywall Features Prepunched Nail Holes Prepunched Nail Holes Prepunched Nail Holes Flexible
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Length (ft.)
8 ft
Product Width (in.)
1

Details

Drywall Features
Prepunched Nail Holes
Material
Vinyl
Product Weight (lb.)
0.56lb
Returnable
180-Day

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Length (ft.)
8 ft
Product Width (in.)
1

Details

Drywall Features
Prepunched Nail Holes
Material
Vinyl
Product Weight (lb.)
0.56lb
Returnable
180-Day

Questions & Answers

Do you need to nail the item to the wall? Or just use drywall compound?

Asked by: Handy
NO never use Nails on the vinyl as they tend to crack this stuff. There are three ways to install, staple, use spray adhesive or the 3rd and best way preferably BOTH! First spray adhesive, then staple then coat in durabond or setting type joint compound mud first, never use an easy sand joint compound for the first coat. If you want to go crazy you can even use joint tape where the vinyl hits the drywall and though I dont do this for work I do it for my own home. Method 1: Stapling 1. For 3/4" radius bullnose corner beads, drywall must be set back so it does not interfere with bullnose radius. 2. Install transition caps and/or molded corners first if they are being utilized for your project per corner cap installation recommendations (see separate installation guide). 3. For doors, windows or special lengths, cut the bead to length and dry fit. a) Prevent overlap of the mud flanges by snipping back. b) Dry fit the bead. 4. Staple each mud flange every 6-10” with 1/2" crown staples. 5. No primer is needed. Finish as usual. 6. For cold weather winter applications, please refer to the installation recommendations in the Gypsum Association GA-220-06 of 40°F or warmer. Method 2: Spray Adhesive (gripSTIK® Spray Adhesive Recommended) 1. Follow steps 1, 2 and 3 above. 2. Put a coat of spray adhesive on the back of the bead and then on the drywall. a) Immediately apply bead to drywall and position in place. b) If the adhesive dries too long, it will be hard to reposition. c) At some point the adhesive will lose tackiness and will not bond. If this happens, reapply adhesive to both surfaces. 3. The rate at which the adhesive dries varies depending on heat and humidity. Test in your conditions. 4. Use handle of your taping knife or installation tool to apply pressure along both mud flanges. Bond strength is greatly enhanced with this crucial step. 5. Staple mud flanges to assist bonding between bead and wallboard with 1/2" crown staples. 6. Pressure the mud flanges again (see step 4). 7. No primer is needed. Finish as usual. 8. For cold weather winter applications, please refer to the installation recommendations in the Gypsum Association GA-220-06 of 50°F or warmer.
Answered by: Dovetail
Date published: 2019-09-05

Can I use this outside for paint on vinyl stucco?

Asked by: Brent
Yes, you can use the bullnose for paint on vinyl stucco.
Answered by: Communityanswer
Date published: 2019-04-05

Is this item paint ready? Are you supposed to cover the item with mud? Or do you paint directly in the plastic surface?

Asked by: Laurel
Yes, this item is ready to paint.
Answered by: Communityanswer
Date published: 2018-01-23
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