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Stabilising dusty plaster

Discussion in 'Decorating and Painting' started by lasors, 8 Apr 2014.

  1. lasors

    lasors

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    Hello all,

    I've stripped our back bedroom of all old wallpaper and I'm down to the original plaster (house is nearly 100 years old). It's sound but quite sandy, so I've been pondering how to stabilise the plaster so that it is primed ready for new wallpaper to achieve good adhesion.

    What's your advice on how to achieve this, please?

    Thanks muchly.
     
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  3. joe-90

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    Bang some cheapo emulsion on it.
     
  4. lasors

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    That's all? Fair enough! Ta :)
     
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