1. Want to see how the new TPF works? Click here or you can drop me an email danny@plasterersforum.com
    Dismiss Notice
  2. The Plasterers Forum has now made it even easier to share photos and videos than ever before Click Here To Learn How
    Dismiss Notice
  3. TPF is the biggest plastering community and resource on internet... we are still growing.... we are nearly 10 years old so we are here for a long time yet...
    Dismiss Notice
  4. The Plasterers Forum is growing but we need your help to keep it growing.... Introduce yourself and say hello get involved... they dont bite :-)
    Dismiss Notice
  5. The Plasterers Forum is very busy!! ...25% up on last year!! Be a part of the biggest plastering community
    Dismiss Notice
  6. This site uses cookies. By continuing to use this site, you are agreeing to our use of cookies. Learn More.
    Dismiss Notice

Finishing on top of Yeso

Discussion in 'The Plasterers Forums FAQ's' started by Mick#, Feb 6, 2018.

  1. Mick#

    Mick# New Member

    Hi, I have walls in our casa which have been skimmed in Yeso, up to 60mm with two thick coats and one thin skim to finish. The walls are in a bit of a state with patches which have blown, so I intended to remove all loose Yeso and repair with Yeso. I then intended to pva bond the Yeso walls and apply a finish coat of capa fina throughout. I have no experience with Yeso, so I am hoping that someone with more knowledge can confirm if my approach is correct, as I don't want any issues with the Yeso substrate later on. Many thanks.
  2. Dansouthcoast84

    Dansouthcoast84 Private Member

    ive never heard of yeso..

    anyone else?
  3. theshed

    theshed Active Member

    Its spanish, goes off like a rocket.
  4. Danny

    Danny TPF OWNER

    Never heard of yeso
  5. Mick#

    Mick# New Member

    It's widely used here in Spain, it's like a plaster of Paris that they finish the internal walls with. Very hard to use and very fast drying.
    • Like Like x 1
  6. Danny

    Danny TPF OWNER

    Ah i see
  7. Mouldyoldspudgun

    Mouldyoldspudgun Well-Known Member

    Sounds like casting plaster lol

Share This Page