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I have worked in the painting and decorating industry and groundwork for over 20 years and also picked up other trades along the way which has now led my business into a multi trade service. Other skills such as plastering, tiling, fencing and decking are amongst the few that I am now able to add to my service list.
This depends on the size of the cavity below your bathroom floor. you want to move your toilet waste away from the main shoot by 2m. you will need at least 3 inches hight difference from the start of the straight pipe under your toilet to the end of the straight pipe that would meet your vertical drop pipe. by rule of thumb, you would need to drop 1/4 inch in hight for ever foot of pipe. so if there is room for that in your floor cavity then your are good to go without causing to much disruption to your kitchen.
If this is a freshly plastered wall then you will firstly need to allow for the plaster to completely dry out before painting. newly laid plaster needs to breath so you will need to apply a purposely made permeable paint for plaster or you could simply water the base coat down at a ratio of 1:1 and this can be used. thus is what you would call a mist coat. this allows paint to almost penitrate the plaster and makes for a better adherence for the main finishing coat of paint to stick to. this will prevent any unsightly peeling over time.
You can just install one sided plaster beads on the the two sides. these are called thin coat bead stops.