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Saint-Gobain ADFORS FDW6620-U FibaTape Paper Drywall Joint Tape 2-Inch x 75-Feet, White


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75-Feet
  • Spark-perforated for easy pass-through of joint compound and elimination of air bubbles
  • Manufactured from fibered-paper with added tensile strength to help prevent tearing, wrinkling or stretching
  • Machine-roughed for superior bonding
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Saint-Gobain ADFORS FDW6620-U FibaTape Paper Drywall Joint Tape 2-Inch x 75-Feet, White + Walboard Tool 21-022/TH-12 12" Blue Steel Taping Knives + 3M Large Area Drywall Sanding Sponge, Fine/Medium, 4.875-Inch by 2.875-Inch by 1-Inch
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Size Name: 75-Feet
Technical Details
Part Number FDW6620-U
Item Weight7.5 ounces
Product Dimensions4.1 x 4.1 x 2.1 inches
Item model numberFDW6620-U
Size75-Feet
Item Package Quantity1
  
Additional Information
ASINB000HE7XRW
Best Sellers Rank #244,965 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight8.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableDecember 4, 2006
  
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Size Name: 75-Feet

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White 2-Inch reinforcing paper drywall tape for strengthening and finishing joints of interior drywall panels.

Product Description

White 2-Inch reinforcing paper drywall tape for strengthening and finishing joints of interior drywall panels.

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By wilson TOP 1000 REVIEWER on July 4, 2013
Size Name: 250-Feet
I decided to try two boutique drywall joint tapes for fun: the Saint-Gobain FDW6618-U and the Bon "spark perforated" 2" tape. This review summarizes my experience in taping 100' of joints with each tape.

Saint-Gobain is .0075" thick, no edge taper, with more and larger air holes. Price is $6.92 @ 250' on Amazon. Bon is .007" thick, with edge taper, fewer and smaller holes. Price is $9.43 @ 250' on Amazon. I used Sheetrock all-purpose drying compound for my non-scientific experiment.

The more expensive Bon makes the following claims:
> Reduces drying time, eliminates bubbles and stretching, and dries 4x faster than regular tape,
> Edges are well ground and tapered for easier finishing
I wanted to know if the additional price was justified. Here's what I found:

DRYING TIME: as near as I could tell it was the same. That said, I was testing the dryness on a jobsite with a wristwatch by taking a look whenever I was passing by - hardly scientific, however nothing I witnessed confirmed a 4x difference in drying time.

EDGE TAPERING: only advantage to be found would be on butt seams - but we're talking a few thousandths of an inch. I use 12" knives and 14" concave trowels for butt seams so a few thousandths less height isn't going to help much. Tapered edges are a good idea in principle, but I'm not sure that I can justify the 50% price premium. I'd be interested in other opinions on this- maybe I'm missing something.

BUBBLE REDUCTION: I didn't notice any difference. Bon's holes are smaller and less numerous, so this claim of theirs is counterintuitive to me. Maybe the paper is more porous.

Both embedded well in the mud with no bubbles if carefully applied. Both performed well. If there's a difference, I couldn't discern it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By J. Beins on January 7, 2014
Size Name: 75-Feet Verified Purchase
The paper is really quite thick and also the picture doesn't show the actual product. You get about 1/3 of what is shown in the picture.

If you just want to cover seams and use thin layers of mud then mesh is a better option.
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