Hi, I am renovating my home (built 1939) and the walls in the back bedroom seem to be different (with use of plaster). The adjoining wall to next door appears to be 2mm finish against scratch coat onto brick. The 2mm coat is extensively cracked and previous new patching evident. To repair properly, please can you advise how to do. Do I knock out and repair areas that were cracked or pull the entire coat off and skim?
On an internal wall it appears to be a 2mm layer of plaster backing onto a grey/white layer that doesn't look like plaster onto breeze block and I don't know what it is. What do I do with this wall? Should I dot and dab?
The ceiling looks fairly straight forward and can replace with plasterboard and skim, however the left hand edge is curved along the length of the room, where do I board upto?
[i](My first real experience was successfully replastering the bathroom - which is now part tiled and finished)[/i]
Any advice you can offer would be much appreciated!