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About to apply Soundcoat Plus pargecoat to a wall - Any tips?

Discussion in 'Plastering and Rendering' started by marty3, 15 Oct 2019.

  1. marty3

    marty3

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    I am a total beginner to plastering / rendering other than filling the occasional ding in the wall. I am planning on applying a parge coat of Gyproc Soundcoat Plus to an internal party wall which is constructed of aerated block.

    The instructions call for a 6mm thick layer so I have purchased 6mm battens to assist me in getting the right depth, I imagine the more seasoned pros are able to get this right without but as a beginner I thought it best to use them.

    I have a hawk, a trowel, a bucket and a mixing paddle + drill.

    Before I begin is there anything I am missing or should be doing. Do I need to wet the wall first?

    Another question, the wall is quite large and I am not sure how much I will be able to get done in a day. Can I stop midway and continue the next day or does it all need to go on at the same time?
     
  2. bobasd

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    as long as its not a wet wall in a bathroom then it might be best to take suction out with Pva?
    masses of info on here for using Pva.
     
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    What about stopping and continuing the next day, any thoughts on that?
     
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    except for the final finish coat then whenever you stop and start again you need to once again to take out suction.
     
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