Skim bead cracked

beader

Private Member
#2
I would say you have a water ingress problem.
 

Rossi46

Private Member
#5
Takes a long time for them to rust. I’d say rip it off and start again. Rust will stain.
 
#9
Should alway scrim them on re-skims and get the angle right so it isn’t on so thin on bead. That one of them 1 coat beads? Lol
 
#11
It was only plastered 1 week ago. I also put the skimming on thick around the window. Had to bring it out more with skim around the top part of the window.
 
#13
Yes. Got the beads that weekend from wickes and did job that weekend too.
 

Danny

Administrator
#15
I think it's the grease on the beads that makes the plaster go like that....

When I have a had a bead crack I just pull it off and get a new one then use filler and patch it in
 

JessThePlasterer

Queen Jess Elizabeth I
#18
I think it's the grease on the beads that makes the plaster go like that....

When I have a had a bead crack I just pull it off and get a new one then use filler and patch it in
Yeah someone said that before, I didn’t previously know that. This definitely looks like moisture though.