Curved drywall sounds bad and I bet most DIY'ers look for only the
straight pieces for their perfect job. However, some custom builders
lay the drywall over boards on the ends to MAKE it curve before
installing. The convex side goes against the wall.
firstname.lastname@example.org (Tomcat14) wrote in message
You can do something similar with wood if the grain is even. Wet one
side with a damp rag and place the dry side in the sun or near a
radiator. It's a way of designing your own furniture panels if you are
into that sort of thing.
If you were making door panels for example you would have to ensure
the frame would hold it from returning. It sounds like a lot of work.
I have never tried it as when I get home I leave my job behind me. It
can look good though.
email@example.com (Michael McNeil) wrote in message
Just to clarify on the curved drywall being OK. The curved drywall is
used when it is glued to the studs and a minimum of screws are used on
You don't expect your supplier to sell pre-curved gypsum. That's just
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