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Hi folks, im a bricklayer/plasterer trade and doing a job for a relative. its these tiles


they are going on a chimney breast. Its a block background thats been painted more than once, weve scrapped off the first coat and theres still more behind it, whats the solution? can i tile straight onto it? do i need to prime it?

thanks for any help
 
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Hi folks, im a bricklayer/plasterer trade and doing a job for a relative. its these tiles


they are going on a chimney breast. Its a block background thats been painted more than once, weve scrapped off the first coat and theres still more behind it, whats the solution? can i tile straight onto it? do i need to prime it?

thanks for any help
Have you room to dryline it. ?
 
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Is it a working fire?

It’s an active multi fuel burner this is the wall. Can see the flue at the bottom
 

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Use a heat gun and wide sharp chisel to scrape that paint off..
 

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