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Mrs s guest

Posted by sue guest, on
Can I plaster right on bricks as only small outside loo and do not have room to put plaster board on
Michael Tucker

Michael Tucker

Hello Sue, Plaster should not be applied to outbuilding unless you have a small amount of heating. You can put boarding on. Regards Michael
Rafal Kaczynski

Rafal Kaczynski

Dear Sue I would recomend to overboard with plasterboard or browning stuff and bonding then skom over but this will take about 3 weeks to finish if there isn't any heating Regards Rafal
Lee Downes

Lee Downes

You would need to put under coat plaster on bricks plus a skim coat on top,( a total depth of about 15mm), if you don't want to come out that far you are better off re painting the bricks.


Yes as long as the bricks havnt been painted. then you will need to PVA then apply a coat of Bonding then skim Dave DS Plasterers Halifax

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