wall adhesive is used when you are building a wall. Before you start building the wall, you need to mark the wall where you want it to go and prepare the area for the wall adhesive. The next step is to prepare the area you want to work on by removing all loose boards from the wall and any insulation that you don’t need. Laying the sheetrock first helps prevent your newly marked wall from slipping when you apply the wall adhesive.
Cut strips of plywood to fit along the bottom and width of the wall and apply the wall adhesive on each piece. Spread a generous layer of HAZY NAILED WALL ACRYCE Construction Adhesive onto the wall within the first guideline that you drew. Cover only a single row at a time so that you can easily lay the veneer after the wall adhesive bonds to the wall. Lay the plywood sheets with the sticky side facing out towards you. This way when you apply mortar to the wall the sticky side will keep the mortar in place. If you get to the end of the wall without a veneer then just scrape off the excess adhesive with a putty knife, otherwise sweep the whole wall to give you a clean, smooth surface to work on.
Once you have laid your plywood on the wall and spread the wall adhesive, you can now apply the mortar. To apply the mortar you should stand directly under the wall with the handle of your plastering shovel in hand. Spread the wall adhesive on the plaster making sure you cover the entire wall. Then apply the mortar by tapping it into the plaster. Leave the area dry for the best result. When it is dry you should wait about twenty-four hours before you walk on the wall to make sure it is dry.