Why one should use Plaster of Paris

Every construction needs walls, which are mainly made of bricks or with blocks. The internal surfaces of most of the walls are made of sand plasters and cement, which are later white washed or painted.  But still, the surface remains rough. In case to get a very smooth surface, a Plaster of Paris coating is always needed. This is applied on the rough surface of the wall before they get painted or distempered.

Plaster of Paris suppliers make this with the help of gypsum, and once it is applied on the walls, one can get a smoother surface.


How to apply Plaster of Paris?

To apply Plaster of Paris, one has to go through a two stage process. Firstly, one has to take sand, cement and water to apply a coat on the walls. Then Plaster of Paris should be taken and mixed with water in a proper ratio to make a perfect solution. This solution should be perfect and there should be no lumps present in it. Then this has to be applied on walls with wide mouthed brushes evenly all over the wall surface. Once it is applied evenly on walls, it should be left to be dried completely.  Once, it is dried completely, sand papers should be used to make the wall surface plain; so that not a single curve or slope is left. Then again a second coat of Plaster of Paris should be applied on the leveled surface. When this coating is dried; then only one gets a very smooth and evened wall surface.

Advantages of using Plaster of Paris

There are many advantages of Plaster of Paris and that is why they are good to use.

  • They can be applied directly on brick without using the cement coating and there is no finishing product required. Just two coatings of Plaster of Paris and you are done.
  • They save a lot of time as they are easy to apply as it spreads quickly and then it is also dried easily.

These are the basic things, which make one dependable on Plaster of Paris, and it also gives a glossier effect on paints.


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