Is dot and dab now the most popular method of covering a wall?
Half of our 19th century town house is currently stripped down to the
brickwork which is very poor. The plaster wants to dot and dab
We have damp & contaminated walls(salts) in the kitchen. I've
installed a resin DPC, neatralized the salts and plan to use a
waterproof plaster membrane on the lower 1.5 metre of the walls to
make sure whatever finish is used the damp will not penetrate to the
I have no experience of dot and dab really, but the plasterer(very
experienced) seemed to recommend. Any other options with old tatty/
and any other advice?
- posted 12 years ago