Suction

MFL Plastering

New Member
Hi chaps one thing always confused me is the low and high suction. I've always Pva and bond walls when they have been stripped back to brick or breeze block but some use hardwall any advise
 

Stewie03

Well-Known Member
Stop using bonding coat to float walls you nugget,bonding is good for patch repair i.e filling chases etc and also good for dubbing out uneven walls and forming curves on ceilings etc,
 

Rossi46

Private Member
Stop using bonding coat to float walls you nugget,bonding is good for patch repair i.e filling chases etc and also good for dubbing out uneven walls and forming curves on ceilings etc,
Try finding anything else. It’s desperate for hardwall or tough coat. We’re expected to float everything out with bonding now.
 

Rossi46

Private Member
Has anyone ever tried waterproofer in bonding? Not the most ludicrous idea. Don’t knock it till you try it I say.
 

tapit

Well-Known Member
Its either fckin low suction or high
one direction love GIF
 
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