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How Long Does Plaster Take to Dry?

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3 days is what it takes for plaster to dry but waiting longer before will not do any harm.
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With a normal centrally heated house, the plaster can dry after four weeks although it can take as long as six weeks. With extra heat in the room, it may dry in three weeks. A fully plastered wall, that is two or even three coats of plaster, can take months to dry.
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1. Remove any wet furniture from the room and place it outside to dry out. If the room is carpeted, either pull up the carpet if you plan to get rid of it, or have a wet vacuum on
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It's calcium sulphate dihydrate, or 'Gypsum'
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is it plaster or sheetrock mud? plaster would have been laid over a wire mesh. u would need to score it with a razor knife. keep scoring it in the same 'track' until its fairly deep
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Plaster usually has to have about a day before it is dry.
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