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How to Repair Damaged Plaster

These step-by-step instructions demonstrate how to easily repair damaged plaster drywall.

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Top 40 Plaster Projects

  1. 1. Restoring Plaster Detailing (00:02:07)

    Nicole restores the original plaster and ceiling details in a 1929 duplex.

  2. 2. Archway Project (04:10)

    John Palanca explains and demonstrates his technique for building an arch.

  3. 3. Goldblatt Blade Runner (01:26)

    The Goldblatt Blade Runner is a new, labor-saving way to cut drywall.

  4. 4. A Parlor Reclaimed (00:03:53)

    Nicole breaks through a walled-up doorway to reclaim a charming parlor.

  5. 5. Exposing Brick (00:60)

    John DeSilvia shares practical advice on exposing brick.

  6. 6. Removing a Popcorn Ceiling (00:05:59)

    Paul Ryan provides tips for removing a dated popcorn-textured ceiling.

  7. 7. Demo Plaster Walls (00:60)

    John DeSilvia shares practical advice on how to demo plaster walls.

  8. 8. Venetian Plaster (04:51)

    Learn a three-part Venetian plaster technique with The Painted Room.

  9. 9. Plaster Medallion at Risk (00:03:04)

    Nicole brings in a crew to help save an original plaster relief medallion.

  10. 11. How to Apply Finish Plaster on Walls

    Finishing (skimming) with topcoat plaster is an art that takes practice to get a smooth finish. Follow these steps to master the techni...

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  11. 12. Colored Clay Plaster Wall Coat (04:55)

    Check out a way to put color on your walls without using paint at all.

  12. 13. Matching Textured Plaster (03:42)

    Techniques that the pros use to match plaster with the ceiling or wall.

  13. 14. How to Remove a Linen Cloth Wall Covering from Plaster Walls

    Find out how one couple removes a linen cloth wall covering from a plaster wall with these step-by-step instructions.

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    $50 - $100
    Difficulty:
    Easy to Moderate
  14. 15. Tuscan Wine Cellar (20:01)

    Jason and Tony bring a touch of Italy to an amateur winemaker's basement.

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