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Diall Fine finish Ready mixed Smoothover finishing plaster, 4kg
- Can be applied to plaster, plasterboard, gypsum blocks, concrete, cellular concrete, cement, brick, stone and previously painted surfaces.
Features and benefits
- Ready to use
- Perfect for smoothing out minor faults, broken surfaces, scratches and other imperfections up to 2mm deep prior to painting or wallpapering
- 24 hours drying time
- Not suitable for temperatures below +8°C and above +35°C
- Paintable and sandable
|Drying time||24 h|
|Ready for use||Ready mixed|
|Number of coats||2|
Frano101 - 1 month ago
Until now we had always used polyfilia skimming skin to cover imperfections. This Diall product is much easier to use and to spread. Sanding is easy but the fine dust goes everywhere. We also tried to cover hairline cracks on walls but we did not have much success maybe due to sanding too much.
Smoothly does it
Borolass - 3 months ago
Bought this yesterday to fill in gaps on lining paper I had hung, omg so easy to use and sand down with light paper after, seams just dissapeared. Then I used on some minor cracks on walls again light sand, going back today for a tub to try on a larger area hopefully no need for a plasterer
This product is great
Jennywren - 4 months ago
Much better than Polyfilla! It is easier to sand. Wonderful
Easy to use, looks great!
Nicola33 - 4 months ago
After heating pipe burst we found ourselves cutting a a rather large hole in our bedroom wall.
After fixing the plasterboard we applied this over the top (2 coats over two days) and will sand before painting.
Easy to use, wipes off the painted walls easily, and I don't think you'll be able to tell it was ever fixed once we are finished - a little bit goes a long way, this was one 1kg tub
Smoothly does it
Foxey at Home - 8 months ago
I use it for rough work on painted wood surfaces where the original paint has blistered leaving an uneven surface the thickness of the paint. I have used many other products like this, but this has been far the best so far. After rubbing down I prime the bare wood before filling.
It has a good long shelf life when replacing the lid on the tub , as this gives a good airtight seal therefore prevents it drying out.
When allowed to dry, the rubbing down with fine grade sand paper gives a very good smooth finish ready for painting