If that is a textured paint finish the only way I know of is to brush
on paint remover , let it work as the instructions specify and then
Wear gloves and use a scraper with rounded corners to prevent gouging
If its a spray on plaster I havent a clue . :(
On 21 Nov 2006 07:40:12 -0800, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Never saw any "removed", but you can smooth coat the wall using joint
compound. Apply a vertical coat and then a horizontal coat. Repeat
as necessary until smooth and ready for paint, etc.
"Well, it doesn't happen all the time, but when it happens, it happens
Get bids from a plasterer for skimcoating if that is possible. Compare
that to a quote for simply replacing the drywall and/or applying a
layer of the thinnest drywall available. My guess would be that new
drywall would be the most cost effective and look best. YMMV.
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