As you set about your next plastering job it's well worth cleaning the plasterboards first. Dust and dirt will create problems so a little time spent in preparation will pay dividends later.
Any flecks of dried plaster in your buckets or on your equipment from previous sessions will later break off to contaminate future batches of plaster.
A highly specialised form of plastering called Venetian Polished Plaster has rapidly grown in popularity.
The material used for the Plastering Float is high impact polystyrene. This makes it suitable for heavy duty work.
If the job is done by a Plastering Contractor from a well-known company, there are more guarantees for the job done, but you end up paying more for the company's services.
One advantage of plastering is that is can be repainted as often as you choose.
With the modern trend for plastered walls painted with neutral and pastel colours coming back into fashion, there are a lot of artexed walls and ceilings, which require plastering over.
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).
The right Plastering Contractor will make all the difference to the renovation in your house. A good one will give it a great finish and once the walls are painted, it will all look like new.
Fibrous plastering is the creation of ornamental plasterwork such as ornamental columns, cornices, ceiling roses and architraves.