DIY - Patch Damaged Plastered Walls
by Dale Ovenstone
'Patch-In Plastered Walls' - Instructional E-book (Instant Download)
'PLASTER YOUR PATCH'
Like me, if you are into DIY, but you are struggling to fix those damaged interior plastered walls yourself
Then this guide was written especially for you. It will show you how to repair damaged plastered walls the simple DIY way
No fuss or hassle, just follow a few simple instructions, each accompanied with full colour photographs, take action and your walls will be soon be looking good again
No previous experience of plastering required
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Below, you can read more information and the finer details of 'Plaster Your Patch' downloadable e-book
You will need a few essential items to carry out your own DIY wall repairs
The tools you will need to remove lightly damaged areas (blown plaster) are a sturdy scraper and a lightweight hammer
The tools you will need for patching-in with plaster are, a basic plastering trowel & hawk set, a medium sized gauging trowel, a builders bucket, plus a small paint brush.
The materials you will need to fix your blown plaster areas are skimming plaster and PVA sealer/bonding solution (such as one popular brand name, i.e.; UNIBOND PVA)
Table of Contents:
Why does Plaster come away from the wall? Your questions will be answered.
First Steps: Preparing blown areas of damaged plaster. How to prepare the area so the new plaster repair is permanent
Which Sealer/Primer Product Should I Choose and Why?
Everything explained in easy terms about ceiling / wall sealer, primer, bonding, paintingl; so the new plaster material does not dry out too fast. Ensures your new plaster-skim will also bond adequately to the surface
SEALER/PRIMER: Preparing the Area to be Patched: Diluting sealer/primer prior to application. Explained are various kinds of ceiling/wall finishes and how to prepare them so the new plaster sticks
Which Kind of Skimming Plaster Should I Use?
The DIY method for mixing plaster to the correct consistency, of which is ideal for patching smaller areas. There is no need for the expense of a mighty power drill
The correct amount of plaster to use for patching, for any particular area size.
PLASTER MIX / CONSISTENCY: for Patching in Walls: Here we get the plaster mixture spot on
New to plastering?: In this section we have a step by step hands-on session for the practitioner to follow & practice to get used to the trowel and hawk transference method. Full colour photographs for each step along the way
Putting your new skills into practice. TRANSFERING: Plaster from Bucket onto the Hawk (Techniques & Methods to Follow)
TRANSFERING: Plaster from Hawk onto Trowel (& back again) This bit may be a bit messy at first, but you'll soon master transference of plaster from hawk to trowel and eventually to wall. Don't get too cocky yet, there's still much practice to be gained
APPLYING Plaster to a Blown Patch Area of a wall surface: Strokes & methods (how to use a plastering trowel) to apply plaster
(Hope you are enjoying it so far? Below is even more fun)
LAYING ON: First Stroke of Skimming Plaster (Using a Trowel to Float On the material to the wall: Simple DIY Method)
Now, at this stage, you may want to congratulate yourself. You are doing very well
PREPARATION OF: Perimeter of Patch Area after you laid on the first coat of plaster (set 1) A little bit of making good
When you have done this, you may even have time to go make a cup of tea, if all's gone well
Using the 'TOUCH TEST TECHNIQUE' to Test when to begin second coating of plaster (set 2!)
Using WATER & FLOATING TROWEL TECHNIQUE to Blend in the New Plaster with the Existing Wall Surface.
Your growing confidence would normally get carried away and you feel almost professional with your new trowel skills
FINAL STAGES: Floating up the new Patch to a smooth Finish so that it blends into the existing wall
There we have it. All done!
Pat yourself on the back clean any mess and clean off your tools
Allow your patched wall to dry completely and then decorate as normal
If you are serious about fixing your damaged plastered walls yourself, the simple DIY way, then this step by step instructional e-book tutorial will help you do just that
If you wish to contact me I would love to hear from you: firstname.lastname@example.org
Regards, Dale Ovenstone
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