I have a solid wall house where 1meter gypsum plaster was hacked off due to damp.
I wouldn't like to hack off all plaster, obviously it would be messy, dusty and I would need to spend much more time on fixing the wall.
I have experiance with plastering (bonding coat...
Not always is possible to use a plasterboard.
Internal walls probably always yes,
stairs with landings in my example would take plaster only.
Otherwise the plasterboard would stick out of the staircase. To make it level I can't install a board, can I?
Whatever you say I think that we can expect from manufacturer to have decent knowledge about his products.
It's a bit funny that you and other colleagues can suggest much more than the company ppl.
They should be experts.
I've got your irony. Ok.
One thread was for Bonding coat only.
I didn't have any intention not to be a specific and in one thread ask for 5 different questions!
This thread is about a wall which got to be pack up with extra 12-13mm.
Yes, I've got nice answers.
Second one was only about...
Fatarm, yes, for you experienced and pro is so obvious, off you go, build it up with a bonding, no prob,
But I have experienced only applying backing plaster and multifinish + plasterboard & multi on walls and ceilling.
Never had to fill 12mm or so to existing finishing plaster.
Well I've just gone through my first post and I think I've described the matter quite well.
Obviously a photo is very helpful, otherwise we can use only our imagination.
Sorry for not having a photo straight away. I haven't had it ready + had to go to work.
With whole respect and without...
Its a concrete board, then bonding coat, then multifinish.
Wall was uneven. Also, no one has level the wall up when plastering with a backing plaster.
I didn't want to touch it 'cause it's only a small toilet and every inch counts.
I thinking of using bonding onto multifinish. Just need to...
That's my technical problem, lack of knowledge about building materials.
I know quite well how to plaster walls. Can do multifinish nice and flat, but I don't know how much can they take.
When you call to Grypoc Company they tell you one coat of backing, plus two coats of multifinish.
I thought about it, but yes, you're right, it would be a bit tight!
Ive forgotten to deduct a few mm for tile adhesive ( on one wall I haven't finished tile marble sheet tiles)
..... so in fact I have just 12mm to fill.
9mm plasterboard + board adhesive + multifinish on the top of that...
Just not to mix my questions:
On the manufacturer website we can find info about Bonding coat maximum thickness (8mm).
What I we need more than 8mm? Can I apply 8mm, and then do second coat of 5mm for example?
Again... Grypoc customer service say it is not allowed to replaster...
I'm trying to get answer until now with no results.
I've done tiling on uneven wall. Wall has existing plaster (finished with multifinish).
My tiles plus trim are at 130cm high, then rest I want to have painted walls.
So... from plaster to back of a tile I have distance of...