Do I need to plaster?

I have taken coving of wall/ ceiling and there is now a space ( about 3 mm) should I fill it in or leave it?

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Jr plastering & General maintenance
9 Reviews, 78% Positive
you can fill it but wont look that good when u paint it
2nd Oct 2018
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Titan Projects
0 Reviews
You should fill this in
2nd Oct 2018
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SPF LINCOLN LTD
3 Reviews, 100% Positive
Hi, you could fill it in with either filler and sand it or you could blend it in with plaster ready for painting it.
9th Oct 2018
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Venice Construction
3 Reviews, 100% Positive
Hi. You must use joint tape or corner tape to repair the area
3rd Oct 2018
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Matt
2 Reviews, 100% Positive
Cork and paint
3rd Oct 2018
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Daniel Soos
11 Reviews, 100% Positive
Hi.
You need to fill it sand and then paint
18th Oct 2018
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Beenrecommended
30 Reviews, 100% Positive
fill it with easy fill it dries quick
24th Oct 2018
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Hi, you should fill it sand it and paint.

United Build ltd
26th Oct 2018
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Harpersandsons
5 Reviews, 80% Positive
No i wouldnt say you need to plaster I would say a bit of filler and decorating would be good
29th Oct 2018
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oakham plastering & property care
1 Reviews, 100% Positive
Just fill the gap let in dry sand it down jobs a good one.
8th Nov 2018
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Pm plasterers
1 Reviews, 100% Positive
You should fill it in with new plasterboard and then multifinish
22nd Nov 2018
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CM Prestige Heating & Plumbing Ltd
10 Reviews, 80% Positive
Well if don't look nice you need to fill it in.
24th Nov 2018
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Between the plaster on the wall and the ceiling? As long as it's just in the plaster and not a sign of structural movement it's fine like that, only a decorative issue.
25th Nov 2018
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