To achieve the best results from your plaster you should add plaster and water in equal measurements this should be done in a clean bucket using clean water and should be mixed until the plaster is a creamy constituency.
Itís important to know what sort of plasterer you are looking for as plasterers will tend to specialise in certain areas of the trade.
Plastering is largely a matter of confidence and you may prefer to start in a low-pressure environment first before hitting your own walls for the first time.
Contamination in new batches of plaster can result in the drying time of plaster being adversely affected as you will learn and this will cause chaos to applying the "Golden Formula" as used by most plasterers.
The weather during plastering and rendering may have considerable influence on the finished work.
Always turn off your mains power when plastering anywhere near any electrical socket, switch, light fitting or appliance.
Plasterers tape is used to cover plasterboard joins prior to plastering.
A Plastering Contractor is expected to have knowledge of several types of plastering like internal plastering, external plastering, plaster slabbing, metal studding, spray plastering, skimming, floating, screeding and dry lining.
Skimming is the process by which a thin layer of plaster is applied to a wall or ceiling to provide a smooth surface.
The bucket is essential for the mixing of plaster or dry wall adhesive. Take a bucket which is easy to clean, because clean tools are important if you want to do a plastering job.