Additionally, if you are using plasterboard you should give each board a few coats of PVA or ideally SBR (dilute slightly) as this will prevent the plasterboard sucking the moisture out of the paint before it has dried which in most cases leads to it peeling off
No problems - one thing to note is take your time filling the joints and try to get them as perfect and flush as possible before the filler goes off as sanding is a bit tricky as you have to avoid too much damage to the surround boards, in terms of marking them and rubbing off SBR/PVA (if your using plasterboard)
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