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Old 03-27-2019, 09:34 AM   #1
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Anybody use Master of Plaster?

I know you are mostly tile guys but after being here awhile I've noticed the depth of your knowledge is actually not limited to tile. Has anybody ever used this product? I have to cut out some plaster to run plumbing venting for my bathroom remodel. I've tried gypsum products and drywall patches in the past but the results were only satisfactory. Trying to see what kind of substrate I can use it over since the lath is going to be removed to access the wall cavity. Hoping to be able to use it over drywall with a coat of a bonding agent. Thanks in advance.
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I've not used it. But I have consulted with them about other plaster projects, and I have found them to be super friendly and helpful. Give them a call.
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How 'bout a link to the product you have in mind, Lynne, so everyone can be on the same page.
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http://masterofplaster.com/products/restoration/

There are 3 links on the page that provide more information. I'm trying to avoid having to build it from lath up as I'm just not that talented and I don't want the walls to look like they've been plastered with pudding.
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You might also look at Plaster Weld (http://www.larsenproducts.com/plaster-weld-2/) which is basically wood glue, but it makes it so veneer plaster will bond to the substrate.
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Old 03-27-2019, 12:16 PM   #6
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Thank you Clifton!!!! That sounds like the exact product I need. My plan is to plug the holes with drywall (original plaster was app 1.25" thick scratch coat to finish+wood lath) shy of flush with the surface and then skim with plaster to finish.
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