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  • There is a new technology in the field of plastering that is taking centre stage because it is not only unique but cheap as well. Many of the plasterers in Sydney are using this technique because of its ease in application and makes for an interesting surface. The technology is referred to as bark beetle and it can be used in either interior or exterior. The resulting surface will be durable, colourful as well as original.

    It is essential to prep the surface before the finishing process when it comes to decorative plaster. Prior to tiling, the surface should be cleaned to remove dirt, dust and oil stains as well as old finish. If the base contains a considerable amount of cracks and the surface us rough, plaster should be used to remedy it. The mixture should be the right consistency in order to make sure that material has the perfect quality and the level of strength is achieved.

    If large cracks are present or joints are visible, a grinder may be used before applying the plaster. if the room has a high level of humidity, mould and mildew will easily grow while cladding. This is when an antifungal composition is necessary.

    To make sure that the base plaster will stick with the future plaster, the surface should be levelled and primed with the help of a spray, brush or roller. This will also have an impact on the surface’s absorption and drying of the decorative plaster will be the same all throughout.

    Prime the surface with the colour shade of your choice to make the process easier. The technology bark beetle in plastering works well if the primer used is a thick acrylic. This will avoid too much moisture being absorbed by the plaster and the decorative mix will perform better.

    Remember to use high quality primer for surface protection as well as enhance the properties of adhesion. Another thing to remember is that once the bark beetle plaster is done, it should not be exposed to direct sunlight and rain for at least two days. To have this technology in your wall, ask from plasterers in Sydney regarding the service and their quote.

    Posted by AnnitaRMarshall @ 8:00 AM

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