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Hey all, so we had a bedroom replastered in our stone cottage just before easter. We still haven't decorated the room as just haven't had time and figured it'll give the room more than enough time to dry out.

Anyways, noticed a few cracks appear after the hot weather which we put down to shrinkage. Today however just noticed that it's flaking and blistering off the wall where the plasterer has rounded the join where the ceiling meets the wall (it's a room with beams and rafters in so there is a slanted angle from ceiling to wall if you see what I mean?). Is this just extreme shrinkage or something more concerning?

I have pictures but can't figure out how to post!

Cheers all!


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