Plastering Materials and Steps Process
The first steps here are the layer of materials you will need depending on your situation
Plasterboard - Measure space - Measure and cut -
Fixing Plasterboard to your walls -
(Brick- Plasterboard adhesive) -
(Timber Stud - Drywall Screws) -
Plaster Board should not be bouncy after either process, get plasterboard edges to cross or land on firm backgrounds (timber) Plasterboard adhesive spread evenly in lumps, like a dice style or domino, the distance between lumps should be no more than 16 inches apart and the edges should have be no more than 2 inches from the lumps, the plasterboard may still bounce while adhesive is wet, if plasterboard is still bouncing after adhesive is dried then you will have to make a hole big enough to squeeze in more adhesive in the weak areas, best to use plenty of adhesive to start with, fixing bouncing plasterboard can be easy or a complete disaster and all plasterboard could fall off while your trying to fix a bit.
Browning - Thickness of Browning Mix should be easy to move around but does not run or move by itself, it is stiff but your trowel can push through it with ease, fill your patch or cover your area and use a long straight edge to remove the excess, apply more where the straight edge does not touch the wet plaster, repeat until the straight edge is scraping every part of the patch then you have a very flat and even surface for finish plaster coat.