Apparently they do and this firm insist on using it (one coat) on insolation board. 5mm sounds a bit better lol, can I flatten with plastic speed skim or will I need to use stainless spat? Thanks for your help mate I'm starting to come to the conclusion I'll learn on job with this gear lol
Cheers mate I've never used the stuff lol can I level with plastic speed skim then wait sponge and trowel? And sorry to be a pain but will it need to be as thick as I sound lol no 8mm or will I get away thinner skim..? And thanks again I'm just flapping a bit lol
Yeah I think around 8mm mate but not sure because its not a popular method I don't think. Not sure where it's from I believe not many places sell it nowadays as its not to popular. Tried to do as much research as possible but only getting building on block or brick not board.
Hi, wondering if you can help, I start a new job next Monday and I've been told I'm using universal one coat plaster on plaster board, will I still need to use spat and sponge on board? And will the board need sealing?
Been plastering a while now mainly MF 2 coats, start a new job next Monday and I've been told I'm using universal one coat on board ... Now I've not used this stuff apart from filling chased walls. Do any of you fine plasterers know how this stuff goes over board.. Do I spread...
Guys thanks alot for ideas, I'm going to go with the board falling short of edge because there adamant they want board and your right the dab will bring it out my head was just frying as ive never tackled one like this lol I'd normally wet plaster it and like pagey said all done in one easy day...