caulking drywall corner joints
I'm putting up a little drywall on a small project I'm working on... On the corners, I know they are typically taped, but I've installed it so neatly this time, it's tempting to just caulk a few of them instead of tape and mudding. Some of the corners I'll still tape and mud the old fasion way, but for the most part I've got the qyp board fitted well enough that it looks like a bead of caulk will work just fine and certainly save some time. Any reason I shouldn't do this?.. the drywall is well secured and I dont expect enough movement to cause a caulked corner joint to fail.