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plasterboard adhesive, plasterboard, skrim tape, its took over from the browning (roughing out).

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We'll just keep digging over to plaster a bedroom for me and he's done a good job cheers mate would recommend him. I will give you a shout when the stairs are ready to plaster pal :thumbs:

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Dot and dab over artex :/ seems alot of extra money to shell out when you can pull a coat of browning over it for £7 plus a tub of pva.

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Dot and dab over artex :/ seems alot of extra money to shell out when you can pull a coat of browning over it for £7 plus a tub of pva.

Though that myself why dot n dab when you could browning it or bonding coat it save a lot of time and money let alone the feck on when you get to door frames ect

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Dot and dab to get over artex ? Are you even a plasterer. ? give artex a quick scrape over with floor scraper to take the tips off pva and skim

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Lol browning as well as dot and dab never heard the likes of that on top of artex think someone kidding sombody on browning will crack and fall of after time putting on top 0f artex even if you put on pva think someones done a 6 month course pmsl

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I've never done no course lol just know I wouldn't dot n dab over artex seen it done with both browning and bonding coat when I've been working in the same house as plasterers I am a joiner

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You can use bonding over it not browning though. I prefer just to scrape back and pva and skim . Some people put bonding on ceilings then skim on top I don't like that idear as your putting to much weight on the ceiling

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Depends on the thickness of the artex plus the the fact alot of old artex has a small amount of abestos in it and alot of people not wanting you to scrape back

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Can't remember the name of the stuff but you can get specialist tack to paint over artex to prep it for plaster. :yes: The shit is green and has got grit of some sort in it to give a key once it's gone off, I remember that much! :laugh:

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SBR malt expensive stuff they have brought a new plaster out that you don't need pva but £11.50 a bag think I would rather pva it

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Plaster board ceiling if they are cracked. If not, scrape highspots on artex, feb bond blue grit bond ceiling and wall 24hours later skim. One good thick coat of skim flaten off, then a second coat of skim. job done.

avrage size room 12ft x 10ft one window 1 day job.

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SBR malt expensive stuff they have brought a new plaster out that you don't need pva but £11.50 a bag think I would rather pva it

Nah its not SBR mate, that's the stuff with latex in it. Sounds like the same stuff the post above is referring to. :thumbs:

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