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What's the best course of action for this wall?

Discussion in 'Plastering and Rendering' started by theandroids, 7 Mar 2019.

  1. theandroids

    theandroids

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    Hey, I've removed some tiles in bathroom and damaged the wall. Plaster has come off, underneath I think its bonding plaster? Haven't a clue.
    What would be the best repair method for the wall, also can I install tile backerboard without plastering the wall after the repair?

    Any help is appreciated. 20190306_192738.jpg 20190306_195106.jpg 20190306_195147.jpg
     
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  3. bobasd

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    why were the tiles removed?
    is this over a bath or shower?
    is the first photo a window reveal?

    why not step back an photo the whole wall areas in question?
     
  4. ktuludays

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    What you have exposed is plaster undercoat/browning.

    It probably needs skimming
     
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