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Hairline cracks in plaster..


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04-30-05, 02:29 AM   #1  
Hairline cracks in plaster..

We got all the wall covering off our plaster walls and on one wall there are some hairline cracks. How do I handle that? Will skimming take care of it or will they come through after time?

 
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05-01-05, 05:38 AM   #2  
It would be best to scratch out all the cracks [use a screwdriver or putty knife edge]. That way the spackling would have more area to bond to. Durabond would probably do better than spackling but I don't know if you would have enough use for it to warrant buying a bag.

 
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