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Dry lining or drywall is a generic term used to describe covering internal walls with plasterboard. There are two principal methods of drylining. The first is where plasterboard is stuck directly on to the blockwork or concrete walls using a mix of plaster as adhesive called dot and dab. The second is where a secondary frame of either timber or steel which is attached to the structural walls is introduced and the plasterboard is fixed to this frame Traditionally surfaces were covered with a wet sand and cement render or plaster.