I plan to plasterboard my outhouse. I was planning to use dot and dab to fix to existing brick wall. I was also planning to use paper tape and jointing compound rather than skim coat. My question is...
How do you get a crisp external corner with tape and jointing compound? I need to board around a brick pier. I assume that if I was doing a skim coat i would use an angle bead and skim up to it. However, as I am not putting a top coat on how would I get the external corner? can you buy special angle beads that are specifically for dry lining?
Also, what is the best way to fix board to brick wall without losing much internal space?
The 2 edges would need to be sound before putting tape on. Cut metal edge tape to size then make enough filler, put filler on each edge of the corner and apply the tape, squeeze any exess filler out so the tape is a tight fit and when dry second coat with filler.