Repairing plaster quickly in a bathroom to tile over again

Postby Colin G » Sat Apr 03, 2010 3:52 pm

I am currently going to strip out the tiles in the bathroom (and change the suite), having done a few test areas some plaster has started to come off.

Is there a way that when the tiles are off, I can fix the wall within a day or two and start putting up tiles again as I need a quick turn around?

Can I get the plaster to dry quick or can I use a 'tile backer board' perhaps?

Any solutions would be great

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Simply Build It

Postby Dan the man » Sun Apr 04, 2010 3:39 pm

Use Carlite bonding or one coat plaster, it'll be ok to tile on the next day. If you use dirty water to mix it with it will go off quicker.
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