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Do I need to PVA bonding before finish coat.

Discussion in 'Plastering and Rendering' started by hyscore, 7 Dec 2007.

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    not if you skim it same day!!
     
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    It wont be the same day as I am slowly working around my bathroom.Is that a yes then.
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    as clout stench says, allow the backing coat to 'darken', then it will be ready to skim.

    let it go completely dry or pale and it will definitely need damping down.
     
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    in that case yes but don't leave it that long.
     
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