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painting on internal render
Reply #1 - May 30th, 2012, 11:53pm
 
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Firstly, what type of render, 2nd, how long has the render been up/on the walls, and 3rd, if the render is "old", then what was on it prior....

normally these days, if a new build gets a render coat internally, it is usually finished of with a skim coat finish plaster, which allows when fully dry, any type of decoration to be applied, using the normal application for the decoration chosen...

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painting on internal render
May 30th, 2012, 6:32pm
 
just want to verify if it is  possible to use normal emulsion paint on render on walls . inside the home or whether it will be problematical in any way.....
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