How much does it cost to plaster a room?

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The cost of plastering a room differs a lot depending on various factors. Some plasterers charge a day rate and others will quote a set price for the job. A characteristic daily rate for a plasterer ranges from £150 to £250 depending on the materials required and the country location.
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Before plastering a room, apply a coat of dilute PVA to existing plaster or previously painted surfaces. Load the hawk with plaster. Spread the plaster on the wall using the float. The smaller the angle between the float and the wall, the better the finish. When the wall is finished, clean the edges using a wet large brush. Allow the plaster to dry a bit and apply again for a smooth finish. Polish the wall by splashing water on it using a wet paintbrush. Trowel the surface to polish the wet wall and leave it to dry.
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