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Old 24.02.2013, 19:06
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Re: Plastering a wall ...... question.

I would go with the young guy, who is more up to date with what's on the market, assuming you have a fairly new apartment.

I'm going to assume you own your apartment, as you are self-renovating, and as far as I can tell the 'rough' plaster finish is a trend, not serving any real practical purpose. I hate it too - it marks like crazy and I've skinned my elbows more than once from hitting it whilst carrying a child in my arms.

Our apartment has been 'home' renovated by the owner, and we don't have those rough walls...just a strange combination of smooth plasterboard, textured wallpaper that has been painted over, and painted raw concrete.
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