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Summer is nearly here and with it can come hot windy dry days that can cause taping and cornice ‘bond’ failure, as well as cracking from weak, powdery joints that set too quickly.
Avoid the risk of early dry-out in your compounds by switching to air-drying products, such as USG Boral BaseCote™, Cornice Adhesive or RediBase™. These compounds are designed for the hot and dry conditions Australia is so well known for, and they’re a safer choice for days of excessive heat when evaporation or absorption by hot plasterboard can cause dry-out before the essential setting process takes place.
How plaster-based compounds lose water
In hot weather and low humidity, excessive evaporation or absorption by hot plasterboard can cause dry-out before the essential setting process takes place.
Absorption by porous surfaces
Chemical reaction (hydration) to form fully set, hard gypsum
Here are three tips to help you avoid jointing issues this summer:
2. Allow longer-setting products to stand for 30 minutes after missing so they set soon after application