Have spent the evening polishing the chimney in the basement.
Finished the other two floors, so now it's the last
asked with everything called fiber plaster.
Has plastered the entire basement floor outside as well, with two coats of fiber plaster.
Then is starting to get a little tired of sanding.
The plaster I use is called Weber.base 261 Fiber plaster .
And together with fiberglass reinforcement, it becomes quite flexible and strong.
Before sanding, the soot hatch was mounted and grouted on the inside.
Then I applied a layer of plaster with a steel board,
plus a corner strip with fiberglass reinforcement is inserted into the plaster.
After the plaster has settled a bit, I go over with a file board
to get a smooth and nice surface.
When the plaster has dried for a little week, I can paint.
Then it should soon be ready to lay tiles here in the hallway.
The carpenter just has to list the roof and the electrician will put the spotlights in place first.
Saves the tiles from potential damage by getting this done first.