it does state on a bag of hardwall do not to apply hardwall to pva.
You haven't got a clue what you're doing mateOk my loves!
Right looked at a newbuild today, bloke wants the lot done.
Board and skim ceilings, and hardwall and skim walls.
Hes pretty old school, doesn't want dabbed even though I told him its cheaper labourwise and more progressive.
Ive done quite a few single rough and set walls but never a whole room a time so after some advice.......
The walls are thermolite blocks, would you pva or just light spray with water before hardwalling them or do em dry?
Opposites.... Ive always gone by you treat hardwalling a wall as you would skimming, I.e opposite walls first and any wall that isn't touching another then skim when slighty tacky then bring the otherwalls in after? Effectively lay on 2 opposite walls in 2 separate rooms then skim them after? Next day finish the rooms if possible?
Time.. Hardwall in the morning and skim in the afternoon?
Sorry for the questions lads, I'm comfortable doing it but dont want to pisssss myself up on the price!