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 Post subject: Hump in wall
PostPosted: Mon Oct 02, 2017 3:57 pm 
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Im doing the bathroom stripped the old tiles off and the plaster looks in good shape tanked where the shower and bath are going tiled one wall (smallest) all good , getting set up on the next (largest wall) put a straight edge on it (long spirit level) and its got a huge bump in the middle maybe between a foot and 18 inches wide traveling maybe half way up the wall.... if i hold the level i can just about get my fingers behind either side if i rock it left and right ..... ive been working it back with the multi tool but its cutting a bit deep ....
any suggestions .... the wall is 2.8m long
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hack off the hump an well past it an then plaster or render in a flat plane surface, left to right an low to high



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i wasnt gonna bother replastering it Wes is decent even with the plaster hacked off im using a 10 mm notched trowel so i thought once id got it flattish id slap some more SBR over the area and tile away its looking al ot flatter even if its not as smooth were ive hacked it of ...


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