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New to plastering advice needed

Discussion in 'The Plasterers Forums Information Guides' started by Ian kewley, Jul 31, 2017.

  1. Ian kewley

    Ian kewley New Member

    I'm quite new to plastering. I've just noticed recently now my work has dropped off & im leaving white marks on the walls where I've been trowelling up. Not sure whether it's due to pulling to much plaster off when I first trowel it up or due to not giving it enough time to set before & in between trowelling? Any advice appreciated
     
  2. Danny

    Danny TPF OWNER

    Those marks are most likely water marks caused by using too much...

    Also can be down to playing with it too early :D
     
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  3. Ian kewley

    Ian kewley New Member

    Yer i try not to use to loads of water so must going over it to early I always find it hard to judge when's the right time after the 2 coats get back over it
     
  4. Danny

    Danny TPF OWNER

    when it goes like Plasticine :D
     

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