Stabilising solution and PVA

Wes96

New Member
Hello all.

I have a house covered in distemper which was a nightmare, I've used 404 everbuild stabilising solution to seal the distemper, however am unsure on what ratio pva to use prior to plastering. Any ideas? Should I apply a thin ratio first, then a thicker one, etc cheers

Thanks
 

Wayners

Well-Known Member
I dustless sand distemper then gardz or beeline sealer. When dry pva.

To answer pva following the ratio on tube. Will be fine as I've done many times. 3-1 (look on tub) and if it hangs and sticky after 15mins skim. If not put another coat on and when sticky skim. Repeat on the rest. I'd use red tubs of pva
 

carl-the-plasterer

Well-Known Member
plastering over distemper sealed with a stabilizing solution will require a mechanical key for your skim which PVA will not sufficiently provide....that's what the pre-grits are for.

fk me everyday is a school day on here.....even for those purporting to be 'professionals'
 

Monkey Boy

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