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How to fill gaps between poor plaster work

Postby SoRus5 » Mon Jan 03, 2022 9:36 pm

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Good evening!
I am useless at DIY so very glad I have found this forum. I have a small outbuilding which had an office in it. I want to change it into a storage room with metal racking in it. There was a desk attached to the wall with some skirting above the desk and on removal I have found that the skirting was hiding some holes!
I was wondering what the best way to fill this strip would be. I am hoping to just sand down and paint over as it will be behind the shelving!
Any advice greatly appreciated!
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Postby stoneyboy » Wed Jan 05, 2022 10:43 pm

Hi sorus5,
Probably best to buy some one coat plaster and use this to fill the channel.
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