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Category: Favourite Things May 17th, 2010 by mbc

There are a number of places in the barn where the rough pointed internal wall joins up to a smooth plastered and painted wall or ceiling. This is one of problems that is common to conversion projects – where original materials or new materials added to replace or improve original features butt up against modern finishes or materials.

 

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I’ve painstakingly filled such gaps in the barn with a matt finish flexible filler. Done by hand with a small trowel this is a fiddly time consuming process but one that I think is worthwhile as a solution to those potentially nagging gaps.

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