What to do with this wall surface in a bathroom

jamesthefirst

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I would just screw plasterboard to it with standard amount of fixings. Won't go anywhere. Even my door linings are just screwed straight into the stuff
Whole sheets of moisture plasterboard , more stable due to joints , cheaper , your door frames vibrate and joint is hidden by architrave , not the same as the weight of everything on a tiled wall
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He could probably scrape off any loose and put a few blobs of ct1 or equivalent then screw boards?
 

bof

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Whole sheets of moisture plasterboard , more stable due to joints , cheaper , your door frames vibrate and joint is hidden by architrave , not the same as the weight of everything on a tiled wall
He could probably scrape off any loose and put a few blobs of ct1 or equivalent then screw boards?
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Yep was just giving an alternative approach , as usual lol
 

Robbo123

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He could probably scrape off any loose and put a few blobs of ct1 or equivalent then screw boards?
Yep was just giving an alternative approach , as usual lol
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There's some sense!
Belt and braces would be ct1, and screws. Thread closed
 
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