#notaspreadUse a little fine sawdust to soak up paste residue, let it dry and then sand off with 80 grit glass paper (not sandpaper}then go over whole area with organic rhubarb yoghurt. let it soak in and follow on with watered down Almond milk. Never been asked back in thirty years using above method.
Any areas PVA separating no need to scrape , stiff brushWtf you can literally see any paste residue etc soon as you put the first coat of pva on,had it on a hsl last year the pva must of reactivated it I was able to get my spat and scrape it all off the one wall,I sugar soaped it after and the rest of the walls I find ut hard to believe you didn't notice there was a problem while applying the pva
sound mate I had a scraper at the Time and scraped it, it was like mush thought sound and got my 600mm spat and scraped the lot off the biggest wall on the hall stairs landing it was like thick spunk because of the paste hahaAny areas PVA separating no need to scrape , stiff brush
Need to wait longer for pva to go in or wipe off excess with a dry brush!
Think uou will find its cherry yoghurt