Posted by Stan in Oly, WA on September 26, 2012 at 14:53:41 from (18.104.22.168):
In Reply to: Plaster Patching posted by Ted in NE-OH on September 26, 2012 at 14:00:57:
The problem won't be finding a patching compound that won't shrink---there are plenty of those. What's going to make the one pass requirement difficult to achieve is that it will be hard to find something that will fill such deep holes without slumping out. Slumping out is a problem mainly because non-shrinking compounds are often plaster of paris based, and tend to dry extrememly hard, which makes them difficult to sand. There are a number of ways around this problem, but most of them are much more time consuming than simply filling the holes to less than completely full in the first session, and leveling off with a following application after the initial pass has dried. Is it absolutely necessary that this be done in one pass?
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