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Hi all,

Does anyone have any suggestions on what to use to patch up blown plaster on a basement wall.

I intend to hack off the loose plaster and blend in some new material and paint.

Not sure whether to use cement or plaster.

Also would anyone recommend using PVA on the old brick work to seal the it for a good bond.

The property is about 100 years old so not sure what type of plaster was used

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Another thought. To use dot n' dab adhesive with plasterboard then skim and blend??

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