K rend silicone wet dash

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rt88

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Has anyone used the above material. Only ever used sand and cement for wet dash. We are starting a site of bungalows tommorow and are just wondering how the material is. The wet dash comes premixed in a bag, just add water.
 

Sitemonkey

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Has anyone used the above material. Only ever used sand and cement for wet dash. We are starting a site of bungalows tommorow and are just wondering how the material is. The wet dash comes premixed in a bag, just add water.
Anything that comes pre mixed render wise is always decent material. Can't see that being g any different a mate of mine used that dash reciever a few years back said it was brilliant
 

rt88

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Anything that comes pre mixed render wise is always decent material. Can't see that being g any different a mate of mine used that dash reciever a few years back said it was brilliant
I've used there dry dash reciever before but never the wet dash one. Looking forward to it to be honest, seems to be going to be alot easier just adding water than mixing up myself
 

dieselpower

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Has anyone used the above material. Only ever used sand and cement for wet dash. We are starting a site of bungalows tommorow and are just wondering how the material is. The wet dash comes premixed in a bag, just add water.
It's lovely stuff, far better than s&c, a lot messier though. Once dash receiver is on I just mix two bags at a time with a whisk in a large tub then split into 2 gorillas and fire it on and repeat till elevation is done.
 

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Gurva

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Has anyone used the above material. Only ever used sand and cement for wet dash. We are starting a site of bungalows tommorow and are just wondering how the material is. The wet dash comes premixed in a bag, just add water.
It’s a bit light on the chips if I remember correctly,think I had to add more into it to get it where I wanted but it’s been years since I used it they might have sorted it out bye now,oh and be carefull with the water too much or too little per batch can lighten or darken the panel if it’s a white!
 

rt88

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It's lovely stuff, far better than s&c, a lot messier though. Once dash receiver is on I just mix two bags at a time with a whisk in a large tub then split into 2 gorillas and fire it on and repeat till elevation is done.
Perfect mate, did you have to leave it long before dashing? It's just small retirement bungalows we are on so aren't massive areas
 

rt88

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It’s a bit light on the chips if I remember correctly,think I had to add more into it to get it where I wanted but it’s been years since I used it they might have sorted it out bye now,oh and be carefull with the water too much or too little per batch can lighten or darken the panel if it’s a white!
Appreciate that mate, we have white, beige and grey for different houses so will keep that in mind
 

dieselpower

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Perfect mate, did you have to leave it long before dashing? It's just small retirement bungalows we are on so aren't massive areas
Maybe a wee while in this cooler damp weather, it's pretty forgiving stuff, I try and get an elevation on and then jump back and hit, stupid statement but watch your eyes, it's nasty and very abrasive on skin and seems to travel much further than s&c wet dash.
 
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