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I have an old plaster with picks in my hallway and I would like to remove it but am I obliged to remove it or can I re-pass on it? I would have liked to put smooth plaster or tapestry but I do not know how to do and you what do you think? What would you do?

It is not necessary to remove your plaster: apply on it a plaster filling to fill the reliefs of your plaster. The application can be done in several layers if necessary. This very filling product dries in 24 or 48 hours depending on the thickness and does not crack, it is easy to sand and allows to find a smooth bottom ready to receive all types of coatings.

See our sheet on the subject: COATING ON ANCIENT CREPIS

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