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July 8, 2011
This article first appeared in the PR June 2011 issue of Pro Remodeler.

USG Corp. has expanded its corner bead product portfolio with Sheetrock brand paper-faced plastic bead. The product is made with a strong paper tape laminated to a durable composite plastic that creates crack- and chip-resistant corners. The engineered paper tape ensures adhesion of joint compound, textures and paints for a strong, smooth finish for flawless corners.

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