- How can I prevent a patchy finish after using Multi Purpose Filler?
- The skirtings, doorframes & doors have several chipped & flaking coats of paint on them - how do I make them presentable?
- What should I do to prepare a wall for painting or wallpapering?
- Are things like brush cleaners really necessary why not just use white spirit?
- What is the correct ratio for mixing Plaster Repair?
Polycell Plaster Repair Polyfilla – Powder
Polycell Plaster Repair Polyfilla is a specially formulated easy mix plaster repair powder which is much easier to apply and smooth out than ordinary plaster. It gives a smooth white finish to all masonry surfaces and will not slump, shrink or crack.
- Easily repairs damaged plaster – ready to mix powder.
- Easier to apply and smooth out than ordinary plaster.
- Light consistency – will not slump, shrink or crack and has strong adhesion.
- ToolsFloat, Mixing vessel
- Difficulty leveltwo stars
- Pack size450g and 1.8kg boxes
- Drying time24 hours (depending on conditions)
How to apply
- Difficulty levelstarstwo stars difficultylevel
- Ensure surface is dry and free from loose material. Rub down gloss surfaces.
- Touch in nails and screw heads with oil based paint and ensure all wiring in insulated.
- Add approximately 2-2.5 parts Polyfilla Plaster Repair Easy Mix Powder to 1 part water and mix to a smooth consistency.
- Wet the repair area thoroughly to promote good adhesion.
- Apply with a filling knife, trowel or float with upward sweeping strokes. Maintain a firm, even pressure.
- Do not fill more than 50mm in one application.
- Gently smooth off with a clean, wet float, cleaning and wetting as required
- Once the surface is firm but before it dries hard, re-wet and polish with a clean float for a smooth finish.
- Allow to dry for at least 24 hours (several days for deeper repairs).
- Store any unused powder in dry conditions.
- Wash hands after use and wash tools in warm water.
Tools you need
- Mixing vessel
Available in the following webshops
Questions?Call us0333 222 7171
(on working days between 08:15 and 16:45)