slightly curved walls

Monica

New Member
Hi, I have recently had some walls re rendered and plastered for a damp issue I had. I have not been too happy with the plastering. They have been back once and are supposed to be coming again to correct things. They weren't cheap and I expected a better job. Anyway, I wanted an opinion on plastering of curves. The wall had a slight curve at the bend and I don't think the new plastering matches the curve of the original which is seen in the top half of the wall. Is this easily rectified? What do you think?
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Hi, I have recently had some walls re rendered and plastered for a damp issue I had. I have not been too happy with the plastering. They have been back once and are supposed to be coming again to correct things. They weren't cheap and I expected a better job. Anyway, I wanted an opinion on plastering of curves. The wall had a slight curve at the bend and I don't think the new plastering matches the curve of the original which is seen in the top half of the wall. Is this easily rectified? What do you think? View attachment 67506 View attachment 67507 View attachment 67508
they were not plasterers.
 

MakeItSmooth

Well-Known Member
Hi, I have recently had some walls re rendered and plastered for a damp issue I had. I have not been too happy with the plastering. They have been back once and are supposed to be coming again to correct things. They weren't cheap and I expected a better job. Anyway, I wanted an opinion on plastering of curves. The wall had a slight curve at the bend and I don't think the new plastering matches the curve of the original which is seen in the top half of the wall. Is this easily rectified? What do you think?

I'm willing to wager that when they were doing that job, you almost certainly didn't see them using a feather edge:

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