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Have removed all the old tiles from the wall including three layers of tiles and its brought some of the plaster loose. The area will be re-tiled strht over and all I need to achieve is a flat'ish finish onto the part of the wall above that wasn't tiled. The bits that are showing are breeze blocks. What should I be covering them with?
Can anyone give me some advice on this ? can i just plaster them ? or do i have to use plaster board ? as you can guess I am no expert and just need a little advice. Use a PVA on the breeze block then you can plaster over the breeze block. When they built old houses they plastered strht on to the breeze block. Share this post. Link
The dings for my small extension show a double layer of bricks. I'm being asked if I want breeze blocks and plaster on the inner layer instead.
Discuss Type of plaster on breeze block? in the Adhesive and Grout Forum area at TilersForums.co.uk. Thread Status: Set your tray so its slightly recessed 4-5mm the plaster down onto it. Dont set it in too far or with your tiles your cubicle might not fit Scott, Feb 23, 2010 4.
Hello, when decorating a 1980s house, we discovered when stripping the old wallpaper that large patches of the plaster came off. On looking more closely, it appears that the wall in question was skimmed directly onto breeze block without any undercoat plaster being applied first.
Plastering on Breezeblock. Discussion in 'Builders The area will be re-tiled strht over and all I need to achieve is a flat'ish finish onto the part of the wall above that wasn't tiled. breeze blocks. What should I be covering them with? Was thinking of a bit of bonding, but the stuff thats on top of the breeze blocks where it hasn't
Hi all,if hardwalling onto breeze blocks would a primer be required first to control suction.Would hardwall be the best product to use.Im hoping builder goes for plasterboard compound and plasterboard.
Render on Breeze Blocks???? Thread starter cademan; Start date Feb 3, 2013; See the Celcon Book of Blocks at the UK for general advice on we know they are familiar with the application of their products onto Celcon blocks. Depending on the supplier, some use only approved applicators whilst some will also supply their materials for
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Anyway, you can plaster directly onto breeze blocks. You'll need to float and set, undercoat/top coat plaster . Use either Hardwall, Browning or sand and cement render for the backing/undercoat,, then finish with Multi Finish..
Can you apply plaster directly to a concrete breeze block wall? Update Cancel. a d b y S w a g b u c k s. I am constructing a house with AAC blocks. Is plastering needed for outer walls? I have always interpreted BREEZE block with being an open lace design. If this is the case, none of the answers given will work.
How to plaster interior breeze block walls. 1/8 inch -- of the slurry onto the wall. If necessary, work in small sections at a time so the slurry won't dry out while applying plaster. If necessary, keep the slurry layer moist by misting it with water. Create your plaster mix. Mix 3 parts of sand and 1-1/2 parts cement.
Mix well and paint the mixture on to the area of breeze blocks. Work the mix well into the surface to seal it. Allow the glue to dry. Use a plasterer's trowel to load a hawk -- a rectangular trowel used for holding plaster -- and apply a continuous line of adhesive dabs along the top of the breeze-block wall. The line should be continuous
Our plasterer says if he does plaster directly to the breeze blocks it may Log in or Sign up. DIYnot Forums. Home Forums > How to > Plastering and Rendering > Plastering onto Breeze Block. Discussion in 'Plastering and Rendering' started by ukmercenary, 15 How does he think plasterers coped over the years, when plastering onto breeze
Plastering over thermalite blocks. by Paul Preston Hi Paul, I bought your DVD a couple of years ago and have since had great success skimming walls and ceilings. I've got a wall with thermalite blocks with a new concrete lintel amounst them.