Don't give up though mate, you learn from your mistakes.
No probs,, it works every time as well, whether on solid walls or plasterboard walls etc.
One of the best ways to hear loose plaster, tiles, even wallpaper, etc, is, to run the back of your hands/finger nails across the wall, far more...
Well said, it's troublemaking idiots like Ellie that are the cause of much of this hatred.
Spot on. If you do it, and something goes wrong, you can't blame the plasterer.
Well done Rob, it'll never go wrong.
I always mesh tape everything with a joint in it, I even run mesh tap down the edges of corner beads. You wont need much tape, so ask a friend,...
Well said Lower, that will definitely happen, I've seen that many times.
Using a steam stripper on weak crumbly plastered walls will cause a lot of damage.
Not a problem at all, it's ok. It's when you leave them in a damp/wet area for a while, that causes problems.
Also, the bags have an internal...
Not a problem at all, as long as there are no sockets of pipes behind the wall. Screw the plasterboard to the wood panelling, tape the joints, if...
Whatever you do, make sure the crack is taped, otherwise it'll come right back.
As Alastair said, there's definitely a damp problem there.
She and the corrupt snp need kicking out, horrible anti English, racist, bunch of morons.
You can go on the internet, and print off some Gyproc 100mm, coving templates. I do that all the time for whatever I need.
Just cut the existing piece back using a left hand, LH, external mitre template, to mark where to cut, then cut another small separate piece of...
Millions would agree with you there Mottie, but Notchie7,, :LOL::LOL:,, no chance.
Junk the drunk, now von der "Lieyen". :LOL::LOL::LOL:
Usual offensive language from Noseall, I thought the Mod's said this should stop!!!!
There's people out there who think that if they do all the prep for the incoming plasterer, "we'll put the tapes on for you",...
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