Have anyone painted on SBR neat onto an old scratch coat then rendered over? I once had small render job to do where old render had been knocked off, I tried this and it seemed to work well, and I haven’t heard anything back about it, so must be ok
The only problem would be if the crazing showed through the paint where would I be? I don’t think it will though as I see lots of crazing in unpainted render, and none in painted. Probably the best option for him would be acrylic it
I rendered a house in December, mixed everything same as usual, only difference I used frostproofer in the mix, it had crazed to the extreme, when damp after rainfall but cracks not visible when dry. Thing is the client is blaming me. Although he told me at the time that he was going to paint...
Put rendaid on Monday, leaving 3 days as you said, Putting on tomorrow, forecast gives cloudy with 7 deg high, if I use wickes accelerator, will I get same day scrape? If so how many ml per bag do you recommend? Thanks
Looks like that is the width the chimney is going out through the roof at that point, so either the lead tray is too low, or likely no lead tray in it, have seen this before where tray was too low, so moisture gathers up in tray and seeps into room instead of seeping down the roof, but if no...
Also clients think it's a finished job, but if they don't keep it clean it looks horrible , whereas sand cement painted stayes cleaner, and cheaper in the long run. Maybe I'm too fussy should just take money and run lol
Do your lorry test it's easy carried, take on the cornice business and give it every ounce of power you have to make it a success and if it doesn't work out for you, you have lorry driving to fall back to