Dotting on to cement boards

John j

Mono Don
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John j

Mono Don
If it can be plasterd surely PB adhesive will take to it, just screw into the stud to be safe.
What I was thinking. I thought it was plywood at first from video.( how can I get a video from watts app to here) top half of walls them boards bottom half blocks I think
 

Kasper

Well-Known Member
Oh and mate, be careful with these boards, they snap really easy, one tap or even if you cutting it on bench and it'll snap, I used them few months ago, specified by log burner installer, I snapped one luckily I could use it on the sides as its £120 a sheet
 

John j

Mono Don
Oh and mate, be careful with these boards, they snap really easy, one tap or even if you cutting it on bench and it'll snap, I used them few months ago, specified by log burner installer, I snapped one luckily I could use it on the sides as its £120 a sheet
There allready oon wall
 

Runswithscissors

Private Member
Use cement based tile adhesive when bonding or dabbing cement boards

Gypsum dab adhesive needs the water in it to kick the adhesive and cure of the product. Cement boards have high suction and take the water out the gypsum adhesive, cause the cure to be impacted

Hope this helps

Good luck
 
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