FibaTape Drywall Joint Tapes

FibaTape Veneer Plaster

Self-adhesive, fiberglass mesh, drywall tape designed for use with veneer plaster finishes.

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Product Overview

FibaTape Veneer Plaster Joint Tape is a fiberglass mesh tape designed specifically for use with blue plasterboard. The Veneer tape is wider than standard mesh drywall  tape and works with a variety of custom plaster finishes from ultra-smooth to custom textures. 


  • Ideal for use with blue plasterboard    
  • Wider width provides better stress distribution in joints    
  • Easy to achieve a superior finish with a variety of custom plaster textures    Self-adhesive for easy application    
  • Open-mesh design eliminates blisters and bubbles commonly found with paper drywall tapes    
  • Fiberglass mesh provides increased joint strength compared to paper drywall tape
Available sizes
2 3/8" x 300'

Resources & Guides

Brochures & Sell sheets (1)

FibaTape Veneer Plastic Sell Sheet PDF - 2.24 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.

Can I use FibaTape or FibaFuse on an inside corner?

Yes.  FibaTape can be used to tape inside corners. Just fold it with one hand and press it into the corner with the other. The tape is self-adhesive so it can be applied to all the inside corners before any joint compound is applied. Make sure the tape is tight into the corner without being slightly rounded. If it is rounded then it is not tight into the corner. So when a taping knife is used to apply and smooth the joint compound the taping knife could accidentally cut through the tape. FibaTape does make a special tool for placing the tape into the inside corners.  The dispenser type tool holds a roll of tape and actually rolls the tape tight into the corner and cuts it to the desired length. A must have tool for larger taping jobs.

FibaFuse is pre-creased for corners.  While you can use a taping knife, we suggest using a corner trowel for installation to prevent cutting the tape.