Damaged Bathroom Wall After Removing Tiles - How to Best Fill Wall?
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Rustie83
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Damaged Bathroom Wall After Removing Tiles - How to Best Fill Wall?

by Rustie83 » Sun Aug 10, 2014 2:55 pm

Hi guys. Apologies, this is my first time on a DIY forum and also my first time attempting to do DIY Flushed face

I stupidly removed the tiles in my bathroom (rather than tile over them) sadly when I started to pull the tiles off the plaster, layer of concrete AND the layer of sand has come off in places revealing brick (see attached photo) what should I use to fill the wall? I'm desperate not to get a plasterer involved as money is already low.
ANY help is appreciated
Thanks
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Re: Damaged Bathroom Wall After Removing Tiles - How to Best Fill Wall?

by welsh brickie » Mon Aug 11, 2014 9:53 am

in all honesty its best to remove all the plaster now, if it came off that easy,
Then dry line the wall with plasterboard it will be much easier for you
youtube have videos that will help you https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LpAe75e ... detailpage

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