I have recently had bedroom walls reskimmed. I have been advised to pva them, previously in other rooms, I used Trade new plaster paint. I will be painting 3 walls and then getting one wallpapered. I have also some imperfections to polyfill.
Could someone please advise what I am best doing?
You should never pva new plaster,just a coat of watered down Matt emulsion,then you can fill anything seen,rub down the wall then paper
The fact that you will wallpaper one of the walls, ill put straight away a full coat on all 4 walls(let to dry), ill carry on with filling all the imperfections and rubbing down the excess of filler, till we believe we have a smooth surface. Dust off!!!and one more full coat. After the second coat applied, ill take care of the wallpaper. Once the wallpaper is fitted i'll just obviously protect it and then applying the final coat on the other 3 walls
PVA may cause issues later so probably best to use a good trade paint if any imperfections call plaster back
Coat up all walls and allow to dry then fill them where required and allow to re coat once dry apply wallpaper using suitable adhesive