Stilts are an important tool for the plasterer as it makes it simple to do ceiling work.
Mixing skim plaster for the first time is difficult and can cause people problems if they haven't done it before.
Plastering cannot be improvised. You should not try and improve or simplify the processes of plastering demonstrated in your plastering course (at least until you are a true master of the trade).
If cleanliness is next to Godliness then plastering is the holy trade! Ask any plasterer and you will be told the same thing, keep your equipment very clean and most importantly clean as you go.
Solid Plastering is the application of wet finishes to internal walls, floors and ceilings. It also includes applying protective covering to external walls such as pebble dashing.
Plastering is both a skilled craft and an art.
Plastering jobs involve mixing and applying different kinds of plaster in order to provide a finish to internal surfaces.
All stilts have adjustable legs and because it allows internal movement, it increases the stability.
Drywall Plastering is often replaced with other forms of traditional plastering because it is labor intensive and expensive as well.
Due of its pliable nature plaster can be manipulated to fit into just about any nook or cranny.