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Old 18.03.2009, 00:48
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Re: EEK my kitchen ceiling fell down over the weekend

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Looking at that I reckon you could strip the rest of that in a couple of hours, then you's just be paying for the guys to plaster.... the saving would probably pay for your daughters party.... but with your luck full saftey harness, and hard hat would be required
Certainly a simple enough job to strip off the loose plaster:
Clear the kitchen and, preferably, cover surfaces with dust sheets.
Scrape off the loose plaster. Use a good step ladder and wear goggles.

Hardest part of the job: find some way to get rid of the plaster that complies with all the regulations

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