FibaTape Drywall Joint Tapes

FibaTape Cement Board

Alkali-resistant, self-adhesive, fiberglass mesh tape for reinforcing joints in cement board.

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Product Overview

FibaTape® self-adhesive Cement Board tape is specifically designed for cement board finishing. Cement Board tape is alkali-resistant to meet most cement board manufacturer's recommendations. The patented fiberglass construction provides long-term crack resistance.


  • For reinforcement of cement board joints    
  • Self-adhesive for easy application    
  • Alkali-resistant for long term performance    
  • Heavy, fiberglass yarn provides maximum crack resistance    
  • Compatible with dry and thin-set mortars    
  • Ideal for high-humidity environments    
  • Mold-resistant
Available sizes
2" x 50',
2" x 150' ,
3" x 50',
3" x 150' ,
4" x 150'

Resources & Guides

Brochures & Sell sheets (1)

FibaTape Cement Board Sell Sheet PDF - 2.36 MB
FAQs on this product

Where can I find LEED information on your FibaTape and FibaFuse products?

Sustainability reports exist for both FibaTape and FibaFuse products and are available upon request

Does FibaTape meet ASTM Specifications?

Yes. FibaTape products meet the following ASTM standards: D-3775, C-474, D-17777, C-475 and D-3776. Other ASTM standards may be met with our specialty tape products.

Where can I buy FibaTape?

FibaTape can be found at Home Depot, Lowes, Menards, Sherwin Williams, True Value,  Ace, Do-it-Best and other local hardware stores throughout US and Canada.  All products can also be found online for purchase.  Click here to visit our Where to Buy page.

Where are FibaTape and FibaFuse products manufactured?

All our FibaTape and FibaFuse tapes are made in the USA except for Perfect Finish which is made in Canada.

Do I need to add thin set to each screw when using cement board and FibaTape?

No, you do not need to coat the screws holding the cement board in place because the screws are made special for attaching cement board. Do not use drywall screws. Also, the screws do not have to be set below the surface of the cement board you should instead set the screws flush with the surface.