Spray plastering has become a must-do activity for a lot of property owners who know that having just a naked and plain drywall does not cut it, but functionally and aesthetically.
With plaster, a drywall that will be painted over will look sandy and downright rustic – in a gaudy way! An un-plastered wall that will be covered with wallpaper will result in a number of concerns later; because the material will retain paper once the wallpaper is changed and peeled off.
Traditional plastering is almost not done anymore because of the intense labor associated with it, as compared to a spraying a thin layer of plaster. The plaster used in spayed versions dries faster and is already available for painted after 24 hours, also depending on factors like humidity and ambient temperature.