The cost vs. benefit of removing all the existing plaster is more usually the overriding factor. Normally, the plaster would only be removed around fixtures and fittings and, if the waterline tile is not being replaced, a band about 3-4 inches below the tile is removed. This allows the new plaster to transition to these areas without being troweled too thin. The existing plaster should be examined for hollow spots and any delaminated areas removed as well. In preparing the rest of the existing finish for recoating there are several alternatives. In each, the goal is to provide a rough surface for the new plaster to adhere to. Acid etching the plaster with muriatic acid will roughen the finish and using an acrylic boning agent in the new plaster is a common practice. Acid etching however presents the problem of disposing of the used acid. Sand blasting is another means, though it can be as expensive as the replastering itself. A growing trend is to pressure wash the existing plaster and apply a scratchcoat or precoat. Scratchcoat is a modified masonary product that bonds tenaciously with the existing finish and provides a rough finish for the new plaster.
Masonry nails have very small heads, and are notoriously difficult to remove from plaster, concrete, and wooden walls. The best way to remove them, without removing the plaster, is to cut the head off so that it is flat to the wall. Then, fill in the hole and repaint, if necessary.
Break out the old plaster and plaster over the area to seal the plaster surface. It is best to lower water level in the pool first but there are patch materials that work under water.
Asbestos used to be used in the plaster mix to help strengthen the plaster. So if you are ever renovating an old pool with plaster it is best to have it tested for Asbestos.
If you're saying its your dick, then you would have to dip it in plaster (with a hole at the end so you can pee) and make sure your penis is straight so it wont have a bend when you take of the plaster cast. The best plaster to use for this is plaster of Paris because its cheap, reliable, and easy to get.
no it is best to remove the eggs with the plant that the eggs are on otherwise the parents will eat the eggs
Lath and plaster is just an old type of wall finish. Like drywall is a wall finish. What the wall is constructed of underneath the lath and plaster and where it is placed in the building determine if it is load bearing or not. A lath and plaster wall could be load bearing or it might not be. IF it is an outside wall, it most certainly is load bearing. other than that, the best way to figure it out is to have a structural engineer tell you wether it is or not. Even if it is load bearing it may be possible to remove it if a beam is put up in place of the wall. Really, the best and safest way to decide is to have a engineer look at it.
never, the best thing you can do is remove it. Try this program "Spybot"
Just leave it alone and it will run out on its own. Washing your vagina thoroughly with soap and water will remove semen from your vagina but this will NOT prevent pregnancy.
Spray it with a penetrating oil leave it for a few hours then try to loosen it, or heat the nut up quickly and try to remove it then.
From my experience rubber cement works best.
The best way to do this (if the meat is raw) is to put it in water and leave it there for a day or two, regularly changing the water.
Time is the only way. It takes at least 60 days to leave your system. Nothing will remove it.
If it is already sorted, the best is to leave the array as it is.If it is already sorted, the best is to leave the array as it is.If it is already sorted, the best is to leave the array as it is.If it is already sorted, the best is to leave the array as it is.
PL 300 is the best adhesive for that.
I leave the engine in place and just remove the transmission.
It's actually best to leave it since it's there for a reason (to keep the area right temperature and airy) but trimming it will suffice. If you remove everything it can get too warm and you will get infections easier.
PL300 is formulated for that sort of job.
For 1 hour max. It's best to remove stuffing prior to carving the turkey.
If they are out in the wild, it is best to leave them for nature to deal with. If they are near to human habitation then it is best to bury them to prevent a alter population of flies and to remove the smell.
Remove the breaker in main panel and either remove wires from main panel or cap off wires with wirenuts and label for possible future application. Put a breaker filler strip in hole left by missing breaker. At outlet you can just leave outlet or remove from wall and repair hole in wall. If you remove outlet and leave wires in wall it is best to totally remove wire from main panel.
If the nest is occupied you will need a qualified pest controller. If it is unoccupied, just leave it alone.
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Large deposits of gypsum were to be found just north of Paris. These were used to produce the fine white decorative plasterwork of the best houses in France. Interest was generated abroad in this new material and it became a general term for gypsum plaster. Prestia Lafage still mine and produce Plaster of Paris at Meriel just north of Paris. Whilst in the UK the best deposits are to be found at Newark in Nottinghamshire, currently mined by Saint Gobain Formula (formerly British Gypsum) New technology has made it possible to produce Plaster of Paris by using an Autoclave instead of in open pans. The plaster produced in this way forms longer crystals resulting in a substantially harder and denser material known as an alpha plaster. This is blended with the normal (beta) plasters to produce many different products of varying strength and porosity. But these many products are all still Plaster of Paris
Some of the best products to remove stains include dish soap, ammonia, vinegar, and hydrogen peroxide. Since these items are common around the home, there is no need to leave and spend money on a product that one may use once or twice.
Muriatic acid is very dangerous. It can cause lung damage even death. Please read instructions. Yes it can be used to clean the plaster only. It will not remove any hard water (calcium ) deposits on the tile. In fact it's best not to let it linger on the tile and grout because it will etch the tile and remove the grout. Oh it will also remove the plaster if left on too long. It's better to hire a professional. I clean tile for a living but refuse to acid wash pool/spa d/t danger.