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1.What types of wall putty are available in the market?

There are two types of wall putty available.

1. White cement wall putty

  • Made up of white cement, added polymers and minerals.
  • Used for both interior and exterior application.
  • Has superior binding traits because it is white cement-based.

2. Acrylic wall putty

  • An acrylic and water-based solution.
  • Suitable only for interiors.
  • Binding quality is inferior to white cement alternative

Are there any disadvantages of wall putty?

While wall putty ensures the perfect finish to walls, it has certain disadvantages that make it challenging to work with. These are the disadvantages of wall putty:

  • Once hardened, wall putty paste cannot be used.
  • It requires skilled or trained labour to get the desired finish.
  • Wall putty cannot be mixed by hand or simple tools. A mechanical stirrer is a must.

And are there any advantages of wall putty?

Most of the advantages of wall putty come from the fact that it is a cement-based material. Manufacturers have come up with specialised solutions with added polymers that improve wall putty’s overall traits. Some key advantages of wall putty are:

  • It improves the tensile strength of the wall.
  • Wall putty increases the lifespan of the wall paint.
  • It is resistant to moisture.
  • Wall putty provides a smoother finish.
  • Wall putty doesn’t flake or get easily damaged.