The challenge in the job was to attempt to "save" six double height panels in order to retro fit them to an area on the landing wall that once had a doorway but had since been bricked up, plywood board "hid" the fact that there was no covering on the wall.
Once the boarding was removed, the process to reinstate the Cameoid was;
Seal plasterers brown with PVA solution
repair the area with Toupret 110 Expert filler
Reseal fillered areas
Line with Wallrock 55 fibre lining paper
Remove plaster skim from the back of the Cameoid
Treat for mould spors
Apply Cameoid with LG100 Lincrusta glue (pin into place)
Fill with 2 pack wood fillers
Sand with varying grades of sandpaper and wet & dry paper
Prime with oil based primer
Undercoat with oil based undercoat
The restored area is from the window and count along six panels. All that is left now is for the dried undercoat to receive a light sand and then two further coats of oil based eggshell paint.
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