How Do You Repair A Drywall Corner?
Installing a drywall corner along the vertical seam, where two walls meet to form an outside corner, can be among the more vexing aspects of an interior remodeling project. Common problems include screws coming loose and plaster cracks developing along the metal beaded strip at the edge of the corner. Learn how to deal with this annoying trouble spot in the following article. Remove all loose sheetrock screws and replaster the area from where the screws were taken. It is possible, but not likely, that the only problem you have is a few loose screws. If this is the case, the solution is very simple. Look for exposed sections of the metal corner bead. If you find any, then you have a trouble spot, for only the bead at the very center of the metal strip should be exposed when the job is finished. Lightly tap on the plaster until it cracks and remove as much of it as you can from around the exposed metal. Set the electric screw gun into reverse and back out any sheetrock screws that are lo