Thanks. I have a small amount left which I can water down
What’s the best way to cover a visible wall plate? I was thinking plasterboarding as I can screw straight into it?
For old plaster do you need to do a mist coat or can paint straightway. I was going to line the walls but as it’s going to be an office for a short while thought I just splash some paint on it for now
Nice! I’m surprised you didn’t see any discolourisation as time went on
That looks good. Reminds me mine needs doing as it’s rotten
No. It’ll be similar to re pressurising your boiler.
Ideally you should be on standby just in case anyone wonders why.
Google frenchic. Im part of the fb and see what people have achieved with it. Pretty outstanding. Let’s just say people have painted their fridges with it
Would it be a matter of clearing out the dirt, getting air to dry it out and if truly rotten reinforcing it with another timber ie overlap with existing hoist and fitting a noggin for strength.
Depending on whether they cut in the middle of the joists then you’ll need to fit a noggin and plasterboard the whole IFyour planning on skimming the ceiling
May be the wrong though
I bought one of them tools to spread the sealant for a couple quid. Easy enough that way
Ok thanks sounds straight forward
Just need to pick a date to start the works
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