lime.green duro

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Vincey

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Yes mate used it in summer was lovely materials, I hand applied though, I phoned there hq the guy said can be sprayed and seen a video of a guy spraying it looked lovely too will try find the video link
 

Vincey

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Phone them mate I found them helpful even could ask the guys number who sprayed this place at the house of the northern gate in dunnet
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zombie

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I was asked to price a massive job this year using this but couldnt find any lads with experience of product so didnt bother.

I'm sure it was going to be used on boards on a ceiling aswell but it was huge was a 100m+ lid to put on with it off scaffold aswell so bottled it.

Be interested to know but more about it.
 

martinemj

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Nice place...

I've sprayed lots of the natural finish onto NHL base coat....it's only a thin finish coat

Only 20kg bag though and bloody expensive for what it is....
 

Tinytom

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NHL and grit sand base L green top coat (not sure why it gets blanked out when you type l*m*-g***n here)
 

martinemj

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Machine wise..... I've got an old s48 putzknecht(3 phase,similar type.as m300)
Built like a tank
Sprayed on at about About 6 - 7mm max


We now just use at astier intercromex base coat and finish of mono st astier (lime render )

We can put on bit thicker which helps with older property being pizzed

I would just test a smaller area to get a feel for how quick it's going to pull in ...
 

Dansouthcoast84

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Machine wise..... I've got an old s48 putzknecht(3 phase,similar type.as m300)
Built like a tank
Sprayed on at about About 6 - 7mm max


We now just use at astier intercromex base coat and finish of mono st astier (lime render )

We can put on bit thicker which helps with older property being pizzed

I would just test a smaller area to get a feel for how quick it's going to pull in ...
i got the ritmo.l
 

martinemj

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We will be looking to change for a 240 or 110v machine next year....
something easier to move around
Ritmo is a fine machine..
 

Dansouthcoast84

Private Member
Nice job Dan
How did you find the l*m*-g***n gear
basecoats were fine... id compare it to hpx?

topcoat wise like putting krend up. found it hard to rub. but luckily they wanted a look of age so wanted few marks few swirls few bold over sponged areas.

may have to be a thicker coat to get a neat sponged finish
 

Ftp321

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basecoats were fine... id compare it to hpx?

topcoat wise like putting krend up. found it hard to rub. but luckily they wanted a look of age so wanted few marks few swirls few bold over sponged areas.

may have to be a thicker coat to get a neat sponged finish
Cheers Dan
 

John j

Mono Don
I was asked to price a massive job this year using this but couldnt find any lads with experience of product so didnt bother.

I'm sure it was going to be used on boards on a ceiling aswell but it was huge was a 100m+ lid to put on with it off scaffold aswell so bottled it.

Be interested to know but more about it.
Shoukd of asked mate
 
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