Remove & Reline Video
To get the finish you really want for your walls, nothing beats removing old wall linings and relining with new GIB® plasterboard. Then, whether you are painting or wallpapering , you'll achieve a top quality job you can be completely happy with.
Watch the Remove and Reline videos to see how you can create a new look for your home. The chapters cover preparing the room, removing old linings, fixing new linings, plastering, sanding and much more.
Once you have watched the videos - download the Remove and Reline worksheets to use as a guide while doing your project.
1. Why relining is a good idea
Don’t spend time and energy stripping back dated wallpaper and preparing the surface for a new coat of paint - remove those old wall linings and replace them with GIB® plasterboard. Here is why…
2. Room preparation and removing wall linings
Know what tools and safety gear is needed before you start. A room that is properly prepared will achieve the best result. Learn how to remove existing wall linings.
3. Installing insulation
Removing your wall linings allows you to install insulation such as Pink Batts and install or reposition power points.
4. Cutting GIB® Plasterboard
How to score, snap and cut shapes into GIB® plasterboard to allow for powerpoints, windows and doors.
5. Installing GIB® Plasterboard
Learn how to install GIB® plasterboard, understand the difference between taper/square edges and best practice glue and screw methods.
6. Your Product Options
There are a variety of plasterboard options including GIB Aqualine, GIB Ultraline® and GIB Noiseline® -be sure to pick the right product for the job.
7. Plastering GIB® Plasterboard
Stopping is an acquired skill normally carried out by skilled tradesmen, however if you feel you have a competent level of skill you should be able to achieve a reasonable finish.
8. Sanding GIB® Plasterboard and Skirting boards
Sanding is critical to a great finish - it is often rushed but should be done with care.
9. Installing GIB-Cove®
GIB-Cove® is a great addition to any renovation. WIth a range of styles available you should be able to find one to suit your home