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tadelakt substrates

Discussion in 'General Marble Plastering Discussions' started by twitcher, Sep 15, 2010.

  1. Koke

    Koke New Member

    Bahahaha! Thanks for the tip. Do you have a specific brand in mind? :p
     
  2. RobJack

    RobJack Private Member

    There are lots of different primers on the market. You should be able to get one specific from where you get the tadelakt from.
     
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  3. zolco

    zolco Private Member

    Do you know if cera wax should be similar consistency like pva? Got some from Andy it seems real runny and yellowish, I never used it before hence I'm curious. Thanks mate
     
  4. RobJack

    RobJack Private Member

    Yes mate. It's very viscous. Similar to milk. Put it on with a sponge
     
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  5. zolco

    zolco Private Member

    Cheers, did that (y)
     
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