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If we are plastering a wall, can we put mouldings on when it’s not a dry atmosphere?
Aug 24, 2016

Q: If we are plastering a wall, can we put mouldings on when it’s not a dry atmosphere?

A: It is not recommended. When you have wet walls or a damp atmosphere there is a high chance of the timber bowing, cupping or even splitting because it will absorb moisture. Then at a later date when the heating is switched on and the timber dries out, it can cause problems. It is always best to prime or seal both sides of the timber before fixing.








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