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Installing J Bead Where Drywall Meets a Wood or Brick Wall
Leah from See Jane Drill demonstrates how to install J Bead (also called J bend) in a sheet of drywall where it will meet a non-drywall surface, such as a wood wall, brick wall, or drop ceiling.
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