Beware How You Finish Your Moisture and Mold Resistant Drywall
Why are you spending all your effort and resources on moisture and mold resistant drywall and then finishing it with a standard, drywall paper tape?
That is what often happens. In high moisture areas such as bathrooms and kitchens you need to make sure that you do not erode the added value of the drywall by finishing with standard tapes. There are fiberglass mesh drywall tapes that provide the best defense against mold and moisture when used with mold-resistant treated paper and paperless drywall.
As I have pointed out before, you want to remove the presence of food which is one the four legs needed for mold to grow: right temperature, oxygen, moisture and food – in this case – the paper drywall tape.
Always keep in mind that everything is a system and you need to consider all aspects of the wall assembly and how you want it to perform or you may not get the outcome you were striving for.