Drylining, paint and patches!!

Postby monty83 » Sun Sep 02, 2007 7:39 pm

Currently building a house, decided to get it drylined. This looked well until the painter started. The walls are magnolia and they look great, however the ceilings are a different story. On completion of painting, there are definite lines of the drylining compound, these lines are a much brighter white than the rest of the ceiling. What is the best way to combat this problem??
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Simply Build It

Postby PlastererNo.1 » Tue Sep 04, 2007 9:08 pm

1. Has the celing been skimmed? if not then it will be betta ti skim it and u wont have any problems with it.

2. Maybe try stain block on the affected area.

Hope this has helped
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