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How to do?

The surface where the coving or ornaments are to be fitted must be clean, dry, flat, and dust-free. Do not wet it!

Draw a straight line at the place where you want to glue the coving. Using a fine toothed saw, saw the coving using a mitre box.


Covings and ornaments must be fixed using special Decorstuc plaster glue. Always make the reverse side of the coving wet first. Spread the glue evenly on the reverse side and then press gently into place. Wipe off excess plaster glue immediately using a wet cloth.


Heavy ornaments should be supported in place for about two hours, to prevent them moving during the hardening process. To prevent coving slipping, you can nail small slats underneathit using small steel panel pins.


Using a fine toothed saw, saw the coving to the correct angle.


Make the reverse side wet, and then evenly spread Decorstuc plaster glue on it.


Mark the place where the coving is to be, press the coving gently in place, and support it with small slats and tacks.


Press the next piece of coving with plaster glue against the vertical side of the previous piece.


Remove excess glue immediately, using a wet cloth.

First test the fit of corner joints before you glue them in place. Fill the joints with Decorstuc plaster glue, and remove excess glue immediately.


You can make a nice design with decorative coving. Make sure you mark the place first.


Work carefully to obtain a perfect result.


Always measure light fittings exactly and mark them. Then glue the plaster in place, support it if necessary, and clean it.




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