When it comes time to mud and tape your walls, most people are going to want to go with fiberglass mesh tape.
It’s tremendously strong, and it holds together much better than the older paper tapes which were commonly used before fiberglass took over the market. This stuff is exactly what you need for seams and joints in new construction and it’s easy to see why.
Top 3 Best Drywall Mesh Tapes
|Name||Length of Roll||Width of Roll||Rating|
|Glasscoat Adhesive-Backed||180 feet||3 inches||4.9|
|Saint-Gobain FibaTape||300 feet||1 7/8 inches||4.7|
|Duck Brand 282084 Self-Adhesive||25 feet||6 inches||4.6|
|ToolPro Drywall Mesh Tape||300 feet||1 7/8 inches||4.8|
|Marshalltown Permier Line Mt07||300 feet||2 inches||3.4|