Plaster - Methods and benefits

Drywall structure is simple and affordable for wall decoration. Drywall is popularly known as drywall or drywall and is used to make interior walls and ceilings. It is good if more than two people are involved in the plaster installation process because it requires significant lifting of heavy material.
Drywall is highly preferred for partitioning. This is because a number of advantages such as versatility, flexibility, dry construction, excellent performance, aesthetic appeal and high speed are associated with the overall installation process. Plaster installation takes practice and art. Gypsum is available in large layers with a dimension of 4'x12 '.
Plaster tapes
Drywall installation is very easy. It is only tapping joints between panels that requires a little practice. Once the drywall construction is complete, the next step is to glue the drywall joints. There are two types of tapes used for this purpose. One is black flat paper tape and the other is self-adhesive fiberglass tape. The fiberglass tape can be glued directly to the plaster wall.
Necessary materials for bottling
The general equipment required for the bottling process is:
• A banjo
• 12-inch trowel
• Roll paper tape
• Setting up connections
• Six inch flexible spatula
• Flexible four-inch spatula
Sanding, priming and finishing
The first step when preparing the surface of the drywall is to check the entire wall, most of the time there are small holes and dents in the wall. If there are nails or obstacles, hit them using a hammer. After this process, you can continue sanding the wall to get a perfect plaster surface.
The next important step is priming, which is performed just before painting. The drywall primer ensures that the paint lasts longer and adheres well. To avoid dripping paint, work from above and work your way down. Once you are done with this, you can continue painting.
The last step is the plaster finish. It is good to stick with food paint because the work-up job with food paint is much easier. Here it is important to keep the distance or 24 hours before two coats and make sure that the wall is completely dry before going to the next coat. It is often observed that drywall looks completely different when the paint dries.
Fiberglass to prevent mold growth
Plasterboard is usually made of paper, but today it is being replaced with fiberglass. Fiberglass prevents mold growth, which is very common with paper drywall. It has been observed several times that when the paper drywall is exposed to water through leaks or floods, it triggers mold growth. Mold not only affects local hygiene, but also diminishes the overall beauty of the room.
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