The intriguing colors and texture charmed you to such an extent that for a few seconds you found yourself lost in the enchanting schema of the room. Completely mesmerized, you had your eyes looking at the finer details of the exquisite designs scattered throughout the room. However, you have to make sure that the plaster has already dried before sanding the surface. With a wet paint brush, you can remove the excess solid plastering easily. You can also skip the sanding part when you do meticulously do this part.
When you mix the plaster mixture, you should remember to pour the plaster mixture to the water instead of doing it the other way around. If it is your first time to do this kind of work, you might think that this does not have a bearing and it will not have an effect on the mixture. The truth is that if you pour water into the mixture, the possibility of having lumps in the mixture will be high. This means that it was not evenly distributed and mixed and can affect the quality of your plaster. The solid plastering easily dries up when you use it for your project. You should mix a little amount of vinegar to make sure that you still have a soft mixture needed for the plastering work that you are doing. You do not want to be like putting clay as your plaster in your wall or ceiling.
When you are guided by the above tips, you will find that plastering is easy and you can do it whenever there is a need. You no longer have to exert an effort calling a plasterer to do the solid plastering for you. The best thing is that you will be able to save and see the results of your work. Has it ever happened that when you’ve entered a room, instead of greeting the people inside, you was lost staring at the polished plaster finish?