Iv never done silicon thin coat done monochouche s&c ocr
Been told its piece of piss but never done it looks easy enough and been told its easy just after a bit of advice to start with they've gone below the damp so that needs sorting
There's no areas that have come away or need filling its just looks wank so needs to be done better then there is a bit above the lead flashing they haven't used a bead they've just tried to blend it in where the lead goes into the wall looks crap all needs a bit knocking of I think and a bead...
Been asked to sort some poor silicon thin coat out done by some1 else
Only 2 small pillars
If there is silicon thin coat on already but needs to be done again does the original need to be removed back to brick or can it be rebeaded based and meshed primed and topped with silicon render
Hi need 2 plasterers or 1 plasterer and 1 labourer
To complete a bottom of a house for me
On a day rate as there is 2 sections which is off a tower so a bit awkward probably about a weeks work if any1 interested
Just getting ear ache of them saying they should be on more money which I understand every1 wants to earn as much as possible but not worth all the agro if u don't make anything for all the effort
I have a small plastering company and I keep the lads who work for me in work all the time I get all the work I provide all materials and do all paperwork if they finish at 1 and the jobs done I still pay them the full days money what would you say is a reasonable amount of money to be...
Would you do both coats of the x32 in 1 day or do it in 2 days as for the cold weather or do you think its not to cold yet
If it was done over 2 days do you scratch the 1st coat as iv been told no but seems a bit not normal to me as normaly any base coat is scratched to receive the top coat ??
Instead of putting 2x coats of ecorend x32 with mesh embedded in the 1st coat then a primer then silicon topcoat
Could you put base coat of k11/ rend aid with mesh then top coat of x32 followed by primer and silicon top coat
I was looking at doing this as the bricks are not the best...
Drywall adhesive all the way get 2 bags mixed at a time get it on a spot and stand easyer on the back
Foam is s**t the insulated boards want to bow in the middle foam ain't got no grab
Never used pink grip to be fair but can't see it working that well
Me and my mate did 3.5 bags all the areas where fine except 1 patch about 4 inch round on a flat wall stuff seemed more grainy though than normal seemed to take a while to go off so don't think it's the base coat drying to quick
goes on normal thickness around 3 to 4mm I'm not at work today but will get photo next week it just happens in random places no type of pattern the rest of the walls be ready to trowel just little patches appear
It's like if the water I splash on melts the plaster just in the od little place
Been happing probably over the last few months when trowling up with a bit of water little patches of skim just drag away like the 2nd coat is coming away from the 1st coat if u try filling it it keeps dragging away only way it seems to get rid of it is to take of the plaster back thinner to...