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Filling a thin long crack in plaster on top of a door
plastered and painted approx 1 year ago- due to settling a small long thin crack and has appeared and am sure that with the right help I can sort it out-just need some help and pointers about what filler to use and process before painting and making good.
1 Answer from a MyBuilder Plasterer
Use a Stanley knife and rake out the crack to make it a bit wider Then use a decent filler mix it so that it's like a paste and spread it over the crack. Leave it a couple of hours to dry, sand it and paint
Answered 29th Jun 2015
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