Plastering Question?

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#1
Hi, just curious to know why pva is used in plastering, what if you don't use pva? Thanks:huh:
 

NPS

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#2
try it mate and see
 

gooner59

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#4
And a bonding agent .......use SBR it's better all round ......
 
#6
was just letting one bit of information go for the minute
 
#7
Ah right so it holds back the plaster basically? right ok. I started learning because a plasterer before never used pva on a wall I got done. :/ Eventually I had to learn it myself to do the wall again in pva. Ive tried without pva before works sometimes
 

NPS

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sometimes??? so your saying youve done it without pva and its fooked but yet you still did it again?
 

Rhys

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#11
Don't forget uni-finish :RpS_lol:
 

hector

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try it mate and see
i agree wholeheartedly with nps ,just try it and see plasterv,some barmpots get on here what happened to care in the community
 
#15
I can believe it,if anyone would not use PVA it would be Caspy, cos he is a tight Jock Cant, and even he spends money on PVA.So it must be needed.
 

JessThePlasterer

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PVA you say? I'll have to give it a go. I love these new innovations!!!
 
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