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No Nonsense Ready Mixed Plaster White 10kg (23226)

10kg. Ready mixed plaster and joint compound for interior use. Dries to a smooth, tough, crack-resistant finish. Fills joints up to 5mm wide. Quick-drying plaster skim.

  • Container: Tub
  • Storage Life: 9 Months
  • For Indoor Use
  • Colour: White
  • Model No: 23226
  • Easy to Use
  • Fills Dents & Chips
  • Easy to Sand

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£13.99INC VAT (£1.40/Kg)

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Rated 2.9 out of 5 by 67 reviewers.
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Rated 4 out of 5 by Handy and Convenient Bought to fill a few holes and cracks. Better than expected. Easy to use. Nice clean finish. 23 Sep 2016
Rated 2 out of 5 by Beware If you want to make a b awful mess this is just the stuff you need. Plaster it isn't. I'm no tradesmen but plaster is a doddle compared with this. Its happier to stick to your tools than the job and drags all over. It does sand down however. 19 Sep 2016
Rated 1 out of 5 by more filler than plaster Disclaimer up front... I am an experienced DIY'er but a novice plasterer. Had a small area of damage to a wall to repair, too small for a pro to be interested in doing, but a few inches across and a few mm deep in places so I thought a bit much for just filler and on the face of it, this seemed ideal. However, as other reviewers have noted, this stuff is slacker than usual plaster and so has a tendency to slump after application and also does not dry in the 90min advertised on the tub - more like 24hrs for the deeper bits of my wall (5mm). Once dry it seems fine however and where I used some to fill a few small dents and cracks it performed very nicely indeed. 3 Aug 2016
Rated 1 out of 5 by All Nonsese This stuff is not plaster, you have to mix it and it does not dry white so the description is all nonsense. First of all to be honest I was not expecting it to be 'plaster' and was looking for a jointing compound which most ready mixed plasters really are. I needed some joint compound to finish a job and did not want to loose a weekend waiting for my regular supplier to be open so thought I would try this; big mistake! I was not put off by the reviewers who said it was rubbish and too runny as most jointing compounds get that sort of review from plasterers. However on opening the tub I found it was indeed very runny, so I decided to give it a quick mix in case it had just settled in the tub. Despite there being no indication on the instructions that this 'ready mix plaster' needs to be mixed before use, it clearly does because it changed colour from cream to a blue grey and started to smell like epoxy. I assumed this was how the 'sets in 90 minutes' claim would be accomplished and if other users had not mixed it that would be why it took ages to dry. Unfortunately it did not get any thicker and so was too wet and sloppy to use on corner tape, which just got so wet that it was unusable. On taper joints with mesh tape I had more success but it was still visibly slumping and I had to keep reworking it whilst it thickened up in the job. So how about that 'sets in 90 minutes' claim, well that's nonsense too, after about 3 hours it looked like it had dried enough for the second coat, it was certainly not dry enough to sand down and when I tried a second coat it just dissolved the first one making a total mess. I had no choice other than to scrape the lot off the walls as best I could and wait for it to dry so I could sand it down and start again. It took two days to dry to a point where I could sand it down and the stuff was not easy to sand at all, I had to use P60 and a lot of elbow grease to get it back off the wall. All in all I would have been further ahead if I had taken the weekend off and gone to my regular supplier on Monday morning rather than try to get the job done with this stuff. It may work as a very thin coat or for filling small gaps but regular filler or joint compound does that fine so I really can't see a use for this stuff. 30 Jul 2016
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Can this be used to replaster a 50cm x 50cm hole in a ceiling?
26 Sep 2016
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Hello Winterfell,

The manufacturer has advised that the approximate coverage is as follows:
5mm thick layer = 1.1 m2
4mm thick layer = 1.4 m2
3mm thick layer = 1.9 m2

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Hello EGGWHITE.

As far as we are aware there should be no problems sticking tiles on your wall once ready mixed plaster has dried.

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Hello,

Unfortunately we would be unable to provide an approximate coverage as it depends on how the product is applied, where it is applied etc. As such it would differ with each job and individual.

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Hello Lagunagander.
The ready mixed plaster / jointing compound can be used on jointing tape / scrim cloth.
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Hi Plasterer2B,

As long as you can get good adherence to the ceiling with this product there should be no problem in covering artex with this product.

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Specification
Brand No Nonsense
Colour White
Model No 23226
Pack Size 1
Pieces in Pack/Case 1
Product Depth 240 mm
Product Height 227 mm
Product Type Ready Mixed Plaster
Product Width 240 mm
Sealant Adhesive Volume 10 kg
Suitable Application For Indoor Use
Total Product Weight 10 kg

W x D x H: 240 x 240 x 227mm. Weight: 10kg.

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