Gyproc Easi-Fill On Skim Coat


Postby d4rr3n » Fri Apr 24, 2009 12:17 pm

Hi Guys,

Hope someone can assist on this querey. Have been reading about the product above and how a lot of people praise how good it is at smoothing out imperfections on surfaces. I've just skimmed all the walls in my lounge, the results have been pretty good appart from a couple of blistered patches near to where I've tried to feather out joined sections of skim. Would this be a good product to use? Also would i need to PVA the skim surface before applying the easi-fill? :?

Any advise would be much appreciated.

Thanks
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Postby ricky68 » Sat Apr 25, 2009 6:57 pm

no straight on with it,100 grit sandpaper will come out dandy
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Postby d4rr3n » Mon Apr 27, 2009 1:11 pm

[quote="ricky68"]no straight on with it,100 grit sandpaper will come out dandy[/quote]

cheers Ricky68. Tried the stuff lastnite, bought the Easi-Fill 20 which weems to try a lot quicker, anyway gonna try and sound it down this eve, hopefully come out smooth :)
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