Plasterboard as a plaster base - Which primer? How to proceed?


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Plasterboard as a plaster base - Which primer? How to proceed?

Plasterboard or simply simply called Rigips plates are often used for interior work, because they are light and easy to work with. They can be used to hang a blanket or create a partition in a room. The plates are also quite cheap and can be dressed in many ways. Even a plaster can be applied to this surface.
Preparation of the substrate for the plaster
Before the plasterboard can be plastered, all joints and holes must be closed. For this purpose, a filler is used, which is introduced into the joints and holes and smoothed after curing. Not to forget here are the connecting joints between plasterboard and masonry. Thereafter, a plaster base for plasterboard is applied to the entire surface. It is necessary because the gypsum boards are naturally very absorbent. This plaster base is applied with a roller evenly over the entire surface.
Plastering the plasterboard
After the primer has dried, it is also possible to start plastering the surfaces. For this purpose, a variety of different plaster types are available, which after curing as any
other plastered wall can be further processed. You can be wallpapered or painted in the color of your choice. Alternatively, the plaster can also be dyed before processing.
Cleaning methods for the living area
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suitable and easy to apply on a plasterboard surface is the coating plaster, which is applied with a roller and in the corners with a brush. This plaster is sold as a powder, which is mixed with water. It can be dyed with a tinting ink or pigments in the desired wall color, so that a later brushing the newly plastered wall is eliminated.
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Also very popular for the living area is the fine plaster, which can also be dyed with color pigments before processing. This has the advantage that the wall can even be cleaned with a brush if necessary, without running the risk to remove the color with. A well-known representative of the noble plasters is the Munich Rauputz, which gives it in a fine and in a coarse variant. However, plaster is a little more difficult to work with than plaster, because it is applied to the wall with a smoother and then structured.

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