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Normally you would get something like the picture below to cover the side of the tile. But it generally has to be installed under tile. (you could still try it out and mud/caulk on the flat end but I don't see it lasting long looking good in a damp area) Now you will have to go with some kind of bullnose or trim piece, much like you would trim out a ...


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I had a similar situation where the backer board extended a few inches past my planned tiling edge in my shower. After I had finished with the tile, I taped the joint and applied joint compound over the backer board and it seems great. It's been three years and there is no cracking or any problem with it. That's not exactly an answer but I hope it helps you ...



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