How Long Does It Take for Wall Plaster to Dry?


The length of time it takes for plaster to dry is dependent on several factors such as environmental conditions and layers of plaster. A typically plastered building should dry in about two to three weeks under optimal conditions but a two or three layer plaster might take months to dry.
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A wall plaster can take different period of time to dry as the walls dry at different speed due to the heat of the house, some can take 4 weeks or even 3 weeks.
The time that wall plaster will take to dry varies greatly depending on the type of wall plaster as well as the types of wall. Generally, most of them take an overnight to dry but in the case of older buildings that have multiple coats of glossy paint on the walls, the drying process can in fact take weeks.
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