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Old 02-24-2012, 08:21 PM   #1
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Looking for qaulified, highly professional, expert finishers with an open mind to try the best corner bead on the planet. We will ship you a full box of 8' 9' or 10' mud set 90 or 3/4r. mud set bullnose plus roller.
Please send your contact info and shipping address to info@trim-tex.com




Metal dents and Vinyl doesn't!
Paper on any plastic or metal bead will blister on impact and have shiners on install!

We have a better solution: Mud Set Corner Beads with 350% more bonding suface + no edge cracking, dents or blisters. MSBeads are faster to install having no paper flanges to bed in, our micro peforations provide a fast self leveling feature and super straight apex line and the fill coat can be applied immediatly.
All these important benefits for 20% less than paper faced metal and 1/2 the price of paper covered plastic beads.
Please try them and see for yourself.
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Old 02-24-2012, 09:23 PM   #2
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Cool Joe, I am in.
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Looks interesting, they'd probably box well too.

Paper faced metal beads build the corners out aboutr 2mm, how much do these build the corners out?

I've used similar plastic beads made for wet areas but the holes were larger and fewer and they built the corners out alot.
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gota basement job coming up and lots of c.b. in it !! this would be sweet
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Thanks Joe ! Info sent.
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I got this video earlier today via TrimTex facebook page - looks like pretty tough bead.


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time to break out my dingy old bead hopper and check this stuff out
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Good on ya trim tex.
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Old 02-25-2012, 11:03 AM   #10
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Our offer is good in: Australia, New Zealand, all of North America,Germany and Moscow and I'm working on UK

Hoppers, compound tubes, continuous flow, mud heads or blade it on. Don't be Afraid to upgrade

Have a great weekend!
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Yep cheers great job Trim-tex, I've been wanting to try an alternative to paper face metal bullnose for a long time but can't get anything else here.
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Nice. Thanks Joe. Also got a chance to use the care package you sent me last week.
200' Magic corner. Very easy to install and coat. Pretty much a no brainer verses SF or NC on vaulted ceilings.
Black widow sanding head. Very nice . Definately a keeper. Lightweight and a beast for butts, seams, bead, and angles. After 9000sqft still have same pad and paper I started with. Definately will be using for sanding paint in between coats as well.
Sanding sponges are also top notch. I kinda prefer the original style but the single and duel angle ones work as intended.
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Looks like the external 90 flares out a bit too far for my liking. I'd be dubious about mud sticking to plastic too. I'll be sticking with USG tape ons.
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Looks like the external 90 flares out a bit too far for my liking. I'd be dubious about mud sticking to plastic too. I'll be sticking with USG tape ons.
Well i used to be a Usg guy but with mudmax and some pointers from Joe i am a believer in TT.
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Thanks ,can,t wait to try it !
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I've been using the Mud Max lately for lots of patches over glossy paints. I start by adding some water to my empty pan and then adding mudmax and mixing it in the water first before adding my quickset. i have been having no bonding issues with hotmud/glossy paint on this job the buttboards also worked great. easiest butt joint i ever finished. except for when someone actually puts the buttjoint on the up-joist instead of the one next to it.
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this is just another reason trim-tex stands out above the rest. my customers always love the look. thank you
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I'll give it a go! contact info sent
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Just used this stuff on my last job...here's my take on it;

First, I was getting sick of the glue...it's hard to be clean when you're trying to be fast...and that sh!t does not come off the walls if you miss the corner.

The bead is a lot sharper than the traditional tt vinyl...love the crispness of the corner.

It's a modestly forgiving bead even if its not set perfectly on the corner...you can float it fairly easy even if the bead is set one way or the other...no more staples to get in the way too.

It really sticks...once rolled it's pretty tough to pull off.

No blisters.

One thing I did notice is that The "I" beam down the center is a b!tch to cut with snips...compared to the old bead...guess ill need to invest in a new pair.

Hopefully I can still cash in on a box even though I've already played with a couple sticks!
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I've sent you an email too. Also sent my local suppliers contact link, they can give it a lot more exposure locally, they're the only local speciality drywall finishing store in town.
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