Can I cut a bit out if it gets damaged?
Yes, in the unlikely event that Gyproc AquaBead is severely damaged and cannot be recoated, small sections can be removed with a sharp retractable knife. Installing a new piece is as simple as measure, cut, spray, stick and re-coat as normal
Can I do raked angles or internal corners?
Gyproc AquaBead is for 90˚ external corners only.
Can I soak / dunk it in water? Can I apply the water with a brush or sponge?
For the best adhesion, water should only be applied with a sprayer. By soaking, or using a brush or sponge on Gyproc AquaBead, the paper could become oversaturated, or the glue could be removed.
Do I need to wet it if I bed in with filler?
The corner I am finishing is wavy / not straight. How can I use Gyproc AquaBead?
Where the drylining is too far from straight to simply stick on, Gyproc AquaBead can be bedded or stapled into place to form a perfect 90˚ angle.
What can I cut it with?
Gyproc AquaBead may be cut with most normal cutting tools including scissors, snips, power saws or retractable craft knives
Can I staple it?
Yes, Gyproc AquaBead can be applied like any normal bead: where the background is poor, it can be bedded in like tape, or stapled like a metal bead, without any need for spraying first
How much is it?
Ask your local merchant for a price: drylining subcontractors typically replace over 10% of all installed corners due to damage after install, and Gyproc AquaBead is 37.5% faster to use - so using AquaBead could save you money
Is it indestructible?
Sorry, but that word can only be used when talking about fictional Super Heroes and ancient mobile phones. In impact tests, Gyproc AquaBead was shown to be more resilient than all traditional methods of corner finishing, resisting direct and glancing blows. Gyproc AquaBead resists over-sanding, and framing movement too.