concrete basement wall

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  1. Dec 31, 2007 #1

    knlsand

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    Hi all,
    My name is Mike and im new to this site and hope someone here can answer my question.
    I am in the process of finishing my basement that has poured concrete walls. One of the walls along the stairs is concrete and I want to cover it. Moisture isnt a problem because the garage is over that wall. Can I just skim coat the wall with a light weight plaster to keep stair width to max?
     
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    ToolGuy

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    Hi Mike. Welcome to the forums and happy new year. :D

    Shouldn't be a problem as long as there's no paint or sealer of any type. I'd use Durobond 90 but someone else might have better suggestions.
     
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    knlsand

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    Thanks for the fast reply Toolguy and suggestion of Durobond 90. And yes the wall is free of paint or sealer.
     

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