Plastering new shower

I'm plastering a new shower, theres an existing block wall and newly framed wall with cement board up. What kind of base coat and plaster do I need?

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J . Evason
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If you have new plasterboard or cement board you do not need to plaster it you can tile straight over it unless they are big tiles then you need to use cement based adhesive
6th Jun 2019
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First apply pva and bond after plaster
18th Jun 2019
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BND BUILDING LTD
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we need to do first quote of hardwoall or bonding to have a good support for new Skiming .
10th Jun 2019
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AP Plastering
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You could use moisture boards also two coats of multi finish plaster would be perfect for you
31st Aug 2019
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Eb plastering
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Moisture resistant boards and board finish
20th Oct 2019
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Bonding
14th Oct 2019
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For the cement board use sbr as a primer then tile as for the block work use hardwall baseboard followed by multifinish
6th Nov 2019
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A water prove cement mix on both then skim both after a curing period off seven day so you can tape any shrinkage or crack along both joints
7th Dec 2019
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