I'm clearing the en-suite ready and wanted to do a proper job... Now i'm facing a problem situation. As you go into the en-suite on your left is the shower tray (so its between an internal wall to the bedroom and an external wall). The tiles on the internal wall we're always proud of the door frame, so I knocked them off and found... more tiles behind... :-( The pipework to the mixer shower runs inside this wall, so i started knocking the tiles off and found that the wall is made from some sort of cardboard lattice work (paramount wall boards) because it looks like it was only the original tiles holding the plaster. :cry:
So i've got a holey wall with some tiles still on (and a shower mixer) it and i want a nice tidy wall so i can put some homelux sheeting on it, fit a new shower and tray etc... then tile... I don't want the wall to be proud of the door frame (like before). Anybody got some ideas on how I can repair this sort of plaster board (e.g. strip out the cardboard, add recessed noggins with instant fix glue and finally stick on the front aqua panel board ) or some thin sheet material i can cover it with ??
Suggestions gratefully appreciated