Before gluing tiles or wallpaper on the walls or painting them, the surface must be prepared: clean, level, plaster and prime, apply putty. The use of primer improves the quality of the surface and makes it smoother, which will have a positive effect on the final finish. A DIY primer for walls practically does not differ from a branded one, it will not be difficult to make it.
A primer is a mixture that is used before final finishing (painting, gluing wallpaper, tiles, plaster). It allows you to level the base, fill in voids and improve the bond between the finish and the surface. Some mixtures have additional characteristics: for example, they protect against rust or mold.
Optional! There is no need to look for what can replace the primer for the walls. The material is inexpensive, but important, on which it is better not to economize.
It's not hard to figure out how to replace the primer from the store. It is not difficult to make the same at home, it is enough to buy the necessary ingredients, mix in the specified proportions and follow the instructions.
Do-it-yourself primer retains the same properties as the finished brand one. In addition, it saves money by not paying for the company and packaging. If you already have the ingredients at home, you don't have to spend at all.
Do-it-yourself wood primer is not much different from the store one. When working, it is important to strictly keep the proportions and stir the mixture thoroughly, getting rid of lumps. An excessively thick composition is diluted with hot water, a little more dry cement or chalk is poured into the liquid. Then mix everything thoroughly.
The self-leveling floor brings notes of sophistication, modern style, good quality to the interior of a wooden house. You can do the installation of self-leveling self-leveling floors on a wooden base with your own hands. This article will tell you which mixture to choose, how to properly carry out the preparatory and installation work.
The rough wooden base is pre-prepared before pouring. It should be even, without potholes, crevices, cracks. To obtain a smooth surface, they are "sewn up" with chipboards.
It is important to know that it is possible to pour the floor on chipboard, although there are nuances that affect the performance of work, the durability of the coating:
Also, to create a rough base for a self-leveling floor on wooden floors, use a board, OSB, plywood, fiberboard.
They are divided by composition, properties and purpose into 4 varieties, which have their pros and cons:
· resistant to chemicals, sudden temperature changes, mechanical stress;
usable 2 hours after pouring;