Plastering is application of various wet materials over surfaces interior walls, floors and ceilings as well as external walls and other surfaces in the building industry.
There are some common problems linked with drywall plastering and these are blisters on the plastering, and the tape also tends to fall off at places.
If you are a novice plasterer then you might prefer to start in a spare bedroom with an existing poor finish that can only be made better which will greatly reduce the stress on you. Remember, you can plaster skim the walls as many times as you like so you can always go over a not so perfect job later as you get better.
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).
Skimming is the process by which a thin layer of plaster is applied to a wall or ceiling to provide a smooth surface.
External rendering should be started on the shady side of the building to keep it unexposed to the sun as long as possible.
For decorative finishes there are some trowels which are ready to use. The blades are made of stainless steel and they feature rounded corners and have polished radius edges.
Sometimes even if the plastering is done correctly, it gets cracks. In such cases the joint compound may hold too much water and then crack when it dries up.
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.
The plastering trowel with 'pre-worn' shape has a marvelous feature of eliminating line and ripple marks right from the beginning. It has the correct blade shape and beginners can also use it, and the job would look totally professional.