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PostPosted: Tue Oct 10, 2017 6:42 pm 
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Hi,

I'm having a go at taping and jointing some boards this weekend, planning to use easy fill.

If there is the odd bit of damage to the other walls in the room (existing plaster on the brick walls), am I good to just use the easi fill for these holes?

And if they are deep, a bit of bonding coat, and then easi fill on top? Or something else?
What's the max depth holes that easi fill can be used for? 10mm?

PS: I can't skim to save my life, hence the tape and jointing.

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If you use Easi too deep it will take ages to dry so use bonding first if holes are
really deep or just build up gradually with Easi-Fill.
You can also add bit of PVA over the bonding to seal it first.
Lots of vids on boarding and taping, good luck.



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Johnv wrote:
If you use Easi too deep it will take ages to dry so use bonding first if holes are
really deep or just build up gradually with Easi-Fill.
You can also add bit of PVA over the bonding to seal it first.
Lots of vids on boarding and taping, good luck.


Thanks. I'm confident with the rest, was just unsure on what to use if the holes are deeper.


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