Removing Plaster Shiplap Walls

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Shiplap walls are a cheap building material made of wooden slats. These slats are generally horizontal and shiplap commonly found in outbuildings such as sheds and garages and can be found in small cottages in the season. It can be covered in plaster, also known as drywall, which is compressed gypsum board wrapped in thick paper. To remove plaster without damaging the shiplap shiplap is difficult if you do not want to scratch the wood. With care, you can remove plaster shiplap.

Score the plaster with a knife carefully, slowly cut the plaster, making a cut about 6 inches long. Then make another parallel line cut about 1 inch apart. Open break cutting plasterboard with a chisel and hammer. Do not hit the chisel too or could break the plaster and the shiplap walls.

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Put on work gloves and place one hand on the cut made in the plaster. Tire plasters shiplap walls, breaking a larger hole. Now you will see the shiplap and ribbons, if equipped, and how the cast hangs.

Pull down to the cast section by section, using your hands. Do not lift the plaster away shiplap wall with a lever that can scratch the wood. The cast is broken into large pieces, exposing all shiplap walls.

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