Apply joint compound to the plaster with a trowel in an even layer that is about 1/8 inch thick. Begin at the top of the wall and trowel the compound on using horizontal strokes only. Work across the wall and down in 3-foot-long strips until you’ve covered the ugly plaster.
How to Cover Plaster Walls?
Covering plaster walls is a great way to add a personalized touch to any living space. Whether you’re looking to freshen up a room or create a completely new look, covering plaster walls is a great way to do it. With the right materials and instructions, covering plaster walls can be a fairly simple and straightforward process.
Before you start, it’s important to make sure the walls are in good condition. If the walls are cracked or peeling, you’ll want to repair them before applying any wall coverings. Start by sanding down any areas that are cracked or peeling. Then, use a damp cloth to remove any dust or debris. Be sure to let the walls dry completely before moving on to the next step.
Once your walls are prepped and ready to go, you can choose the type of wall covering you’d like to use. You can choose from wallpaper, paint, fabric, and other types of coverings. If you’re looking for a more permanent option, you can choose to use wall paneling, which is usually made of wood or MDF.
Once you’ve chosen your wall covering, the next step is to get the materials you