splicing or joining bullnose bead

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Old 07-26-18, 09:44 PM
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splicing or joining bullnose bead

I imagine some of you have done this but I never have. How does one splice bullnose corner? if the run is longer than the longest stick of bullnose is there a way to make the joint between pieces not obvious?
 
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Old 07-27-18, 02:20 AM
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If were talking about a wood type molding then both ends are cut at 45 degrees and a little wood glue,

You may have to lightly sand as the pieces may have a slight shape difference.
 
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Old 07-27-18, 03:50 AM
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Bull nose usually refers to ceramic tile. And there should be a corner piece made for that specific use. Never saw a bull nose cut to a 45 to make a corner. Better butt two pieces together if need be.
 
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Old 07-27-18, 04:12 AM
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Plastering forum guys....

Are you using the vinyl corner bead or the metal corner bead with the paper tape?
 
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Old 07-27-18, 05:21 AM
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https://www.trim-tex.com/products/ov...lnose-splicer/

A little OSI Quad is good for joining the vinyl bead too. You just have to fuss with the seam and be careful sanding the splice. If you can't find a splice you can cut a similar piece out of a scrap of corner... narrow enough to fit inside. Too thick and it will create a bulge. Use a little quad as the glue to join vinyl to vinyl.
 
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,That is exactly what I need. I didn't know such things exist.

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These are drywall walls. I am talking about bullnose corner bead. There is a new twist. This corner is greater than 90 degrees. I have not seen it yet. Maybe it is 135 degrees, that is 45 degrees more than 90. Does it take different bullnose to bead a splayed corner or does the same stuff work?
 
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https://www.trim-tex.com/products/ov...ed-corner-bead

they make adjustable corner too if the corner is greater or less than 135.
 
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