Damp patch

MFL Plastering

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Hi guys. So went to a job today a old house all solid walls. The outside window wall above the wardrobe had a big damp patch apparently due to a leaky roof. I advised even tho they don't want to skim above the wardrobe just next to it which I don't get hy leave a square patch... they should hack off and repair the damp as there's a problem there that could get worse and maybe even spread and effect newly plastered wall especially as your adding alot of moisture with new plaster. Any thoughta
 

joeanderson

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Another solution to cure dampness on internal walls is to paint walls and ceilings with mold-resistant emulsion paint. The paint adds another damp-proofing element for internal walls against condensation and helps to prevent unwanted mold growth.

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Joe
Delaware Drywallers
 
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Stevieo

Royal Spin Doctor
Another solution to cure dampness on internal walls is to paint walls and ceilings with mold-resistant emulsion paint. The paint adds another damp-proofing element for internal walls against condensation and helps to prevent unwanted mold growth.

Greeting!
Joe
Delaware Drywallers
Damp proofing against condensation?



Mould paint doesn't stop damp it stops mould
 
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