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PostPosted: Fri Apr 21, 2017 8:04 pm 
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Renovating old box room to a nursery and I've come across some areas of wall that I'm struggling to figure out how to plaster over without the worry of it not sticking correctly to the wood surfaces. They are minimal as you can see form the pics but I'd rather do things right and avoid unneeded work later on in case it cracks or falls or creates blown out areas in the plaster.

The wall with the plasterboard over it used to be a window overlooking into the kitchen, it was all wooden framed and painted with gloss paint through some areas the paint has been removed. My plan was to use SBR in the recess between the plasterboard and the old window frame and then undercoat the whole area with bonding to make it all level with existing wall before then skim coating the whole wall.

There are other areas that need filled up as you can se from pics that either have old metal piping or wood in place, and again wondering if a bonding coat to fill them will adhere correctly to all these areas considering how minimal they are? :scratch:

Any advice appreciated, thanks! :thumbleft:

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Hessian scrim all the joints first.


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