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One of thr lads got a bit over eager on the scratcher and ****** a panal up customer wants it redoing lm going to grind the top coat back with a refina rotary scabler and re render l was going to throw it straight on after grinding back any tips. The job was renderd thurs a scratched fri cheers
 

Worthy84

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Never used one of them rotary dooers but if it leaves enough room for another decent coat id at least sbr it if not rend aid. There's every possibility of it drying a different shade though.
 

kgreigh

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IfI think weber advises you only put a second coat on while the first coat is curing,dependant on the weather maybe upto max 24 to 48hrs? one of the other members may know more @Rigsby @keithuk
 
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S a plastering

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One of thr lads got a bit over eager on the scratcher and ****** a panal up customer wants it redoing lm going to grind the top coat back with a refina rotary scabler and re render l was going to throw it straight on after grinding back any tips. The job was renderd thurs a scratched fri cheers
Will it have enough key mate are you using ft
 

Rigsby

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You will need something like SBR to make it stick but it will dry out a different colour. The thicker you grind it back the better.
 
Weve got a k rend base coat but cant remember the name lm going back sunday as it pissed down today plan is to grind back re base and do it again. I wish some foooker would work out how to patch this shite as the panal is massive. thanks for your imput l was hoping for a quick fix but no ones sussed it yet then
 

keithuk

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Would it not be quicker and cheaper ,just to remove the render and start again ,saving base coating and curing time ?
 
knocked it off and did the job again had a squabble about money because of colour shade spoke to k rend tec and they said gie it time told him to leave till after winter and let it dry properly and we would look at it again.
 
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