You’re in the midst of the economic uncertainty globally, but you still want your home to look great. Right? If you’ve just had your walls plastered, you might want to save yourself a pretty penny by doing the painting yourself. Before that, though, you need to make use of a good plaster sealer. Here’s why:
Plaster is highly absorbent
Fresh plaster is quite absorbent, and that coat of paint you’re eager to splash onto it is full of moisture. If you apply your coat of paint straight away the plaster will absorb this moisture and cause your paint to crack and peel. Then you’re back to square one.
A coating of plaster sealer will help to separate your plaster from your paint. This way you can apply your paint coat to an efficiently adhesive surface without any risk of having the moisture sucked from it.
Seal up the imperfections
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