Question: I want to construct a curved wall and cover it with drywall. I have been told that I should use plaster instead of drywall because of the curve. Is this correct?
Answer: You do not have to use plaster as drywall bends very well. Just lean a piece of drywall against another wall and it will curve all by itself! Bending drywall takes patience, but it is not difficult. Moisten the drywall as you are bending it and it will take almost any shape, just do it slowly.
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