Interior plastering with system

Before applying a finishing render, the flush-mounted plaster must always be absolutely level, clean and stable. Bumps, crevices and cracks need to be repaired beforehand. Here, however, you should always be professional in order to achieve a good restoration of damaged areas and thus a perfect hiking result.

Repair small defects

As a rule, you use either putty or gypsum-based fillers. Finished putty has the advantage that it does not harden, but remains elastic and thus does not crack after drying. As a rule, you can fill even medium-sized damaged areas well. Probably the most common damage in the plaster are nail holes or dowel holes and possibly lying around it Putzabbröckelungen. Here you should carefully remove everything that is friable - even if the damage may be a bit bigger. Then use a spatula to carefully squeeze the filler into the damaged area and carefully smooth it out. In order to obtain a really flat surface, it is advisable to sand the area carefully once more with fine sandpaper after drying. The so-called electric plaster, which is also used for plastering switches and sockets, dries particularly quickly - but it can also very often cause cracks due to its rapid drying, which is why it should rather be avoided when using it for wall repairs.

Repair larger damaged areas

Here must be filled carefully and usually in several operations. Deep cracks and holes should not be filled all at once, but only in layers that should dry in between so that the new filling layer is always applied to an already solid layer. This increases the durability. Alternatively, one can work with "reinforcement material" for particularly deep cracks and holes - deep holes can either be filled completely with dowel material or even stuffed with soaked paper of soaked newsprint, which is then over-filled again and so a higher stability of the repair to reach.

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