Do you need inside corner bead for drywall?
The answer, though, is simple: They cheat. They use a rigid material called corner beading, which can be made of metal or plastic. Inside corners don’t need as much protection, so drywallers cover them with regular drywall tape. The process for finishing inside and outside corners is the same.
Which type of corner bead is best?
The most common and least expensive corner bead is galvanized metal. Easily applied with your choice of nails, screws, staples, compound or adhesive, it resists rust and stands up well to minor abuse once installed. However, the long strips can twist and bend during transportation if not carefully handled.
Do you install corner bead on inside corners?
Metal beading is suitable only for outside corners—it can’t be used for inside corners.
Can you screw vinyl corner bead?
Family Handyman says installing vinyl corner beads with screws is the most common way to install corner beads because it is thought to be more durable and sturdier. It is a more involved process and can be used for metal corner beads as well.