This is a product that you can use to remove artex. I had to sand some of the bumps down to make it more level. Exactly what about it!!!! I tried wallwik in the vain search for an easy way to strip paper. Sweeper , Apr 8,
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PassdoutJun 19, Seems like Steaming is the best option though To be honest, you could do it, but you’d have to do that many coats that it would be cheaper just to get a smoothoveer in to skim the walls. I can’t get the woodchip off. Viewing 14 posts – 1 through 14 of 14 total. I ask you, some people At the moment I’m loving the smoothover I hope this stops people using lining paper to sort out their walls in the same way as artex went out of fashion.
Yes, my password is: The polycell is very easy to use.
smoothver You can also do it through steaming only. It is quite expensive but will be cheaper and look better than any of the other options. He was working in the room anyway, so the cost was part of a big bill. The magic solution is I’m sure just liquid soap nice smell to smooothover. PassdoutJun 20, I tried wallwik in the vain search for an easy way to strip paper. You must log in or sign up to reply here.
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I used it in my small hallway, it was an improvement but not perfect. Share This Page Tweet. The polycell is very easy to use getting the woodchip off was a pain but seemed to work best if you took the outer layer off dry then soak the backing and peel off. Any advice on the removal of the wood chip on all the walls?
Rather than pull them down, I put up a stud framework using 4X2. Do you already have an account? Is wallwik any good?
Nojob SmallenufApr 8, I think you have to be a perfectionist to overcome the arm numbing pain of sanding it all down afterwards though. Log in or Sign up. When my husband was a lad smoothpver learning how to be a plasterer, he artexed most of his mum and dads house. Took about half an hour.
For the rest of the woodchi I think I’ll get a steamer and steam the rest of it off. The reason why I even need to do this is because the same arse that skimmed then sandtexed also had the kitchen skimmed, then wall papered over the plaster with lining paper before it had had long enough to dry so what would have been a perfect surface is flaking off in patches when we took the wall paper down.
I only steam as a last resort because so frequently it “pops” the plaster and the job then turns into a re-skim. Posted 7 years ago. I wouldn’t like to try using it on 1cm thick artex, the damage on our walls was only about 1mm deep in most places, the box recommends for 2mm deep uneven bits at smmoothover most.
The ceiling in our lounge is an inch lower than the ceiling in our kitchen.