Plasterboard walls, also called sheetrock or drywall, are made of gypsum material covered by two layers of paper. It is a lightweight and inexpensive material commonly used to partition interior walls in homes and commercial spaces. Gypsum is a relatively soft material, and is therefore easily damaged when subjected to even the smallest force. This article discusses some practices that could actually ruin your plasterboard wall completely.
1. Not having door stoppers
Teak furniture is a popular outdoor choice for many homes because it is able to withstand the elements more resiliently than other materials. But ever so often, teak furniture turns grey and dull because the outer layer of oil present in teak starts to fade and oxidise after sunlight exposure. Some homeowners like this natural greying process. But if you're from the other school of thought and are keen to restore the golden glory of your teak furniture, follow these efforts.