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Discussion in 'Decorating and Painting' started by IanW, 28 Dec 2003.

This topic originated from the How to page called Preparing Walls and Ceilings.

  1. IanW

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    What is the best way to tackle new plastered walls for painting. :D
     
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    [​IMG] or this [​IMG] or this [​IMG]
     
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    Sorry for the idiot above,I think he has too much wine.

    If the new plaster is dry,you need to apply plaster sealer as this will help to protect your walls from cracking and also help to key in the top coat.
     
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    Thanks Masona
    Think I shall use the sweeping brush :LOL:
     
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    It is a good idea to use an alkali resisting primer on new plaster.
     
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