Would anyone know if mixing 'Unibond Super-PVA Adhesive & Sealer' with
Emulsion paint is any better at covering wall & ceiling cracks, than
just using the 'Unibond Super-PVA Adhesive & Sealer' on its own?
Someone told me they heard something about it on the radio, but they
didn't catch the full thing.
Would anyone know anything about this? Thank you!
Mixing in Unibond improves many other products. In this case, I would mix a
little with Polyfilla and fill the cracks with it first, then use the paint
next day as is.
Mixing Unibond with ordinary plaster or cement is excellent for filling
large cracks and holes. It sets (sorry, goes off**) like concrete - and
Unibond mixed with fairly thin plaster of Paris and brushed on makes a good
grain-filler for the sort of absorbent, open-grained woods that many doors
and some cheaper plywoods are made from.
** Flippin jargon! :o)
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