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How to Plaster your room easy and professionally

In many DIY tasks of our home we needed to use materials like plaster to repair certain areas and spaces of our house. If you want to know what are the steps to prepare plaster, I suggest you stop reading this article and see that it is a lot easier than it seems at first glance.

The only advice to get a result as professional as possible is followed to the letter the instructions to avoid reaching the plaster off. The first step is to add water in a perfectly clean, dry container, given that the amount of water depends on how thick you want it to be our cast. For a light, thin plaster is best to use a liter and three quarters of gypsum per liter of water.

Once you’ve added the water will have to sprinkle the desired amount of gypsum and stir the mixture slowly circling. Remember also water and whisk gently until you see the cast that takes on a uniform, you have to let it sit for a few minutes. When the temperature increases slightly plaster and volume you can start working with it.

One trick I recommend that you always have in mind is that the plaster should be mixed in small quantities and always very quickly or the mixture will be hardened without achieving the desired result. Also, I suggest you never use the remains of a mixture has hardened to add a new one, because it will result in a low resistance and adhesion. So if you follow these simple tips and avoid these practices so common in some households, see that you can repair yourself anything you propose.

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