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Evening ladies long time away

I need to refurbish alot of bay window mullions and sills all previously painted

I cant get parex parinter anywhere nr me and delivery charge is ridiculous and will only be putting a total thickness of 4mm on in two coats with top coat being a OCR tight coat floated and sponged

Any other product available

Thank you and good to be back
 
Evening ladies long time away

I need to refurbish alot of bay window mullions and sills all previously painted

I cant get parex parinter anywhere nr me and delivery charge is ridiculous and will only be putting a total thickness of 4mm on in two coats with top coat being a OCR tight coat floated and sponged

Any other product available

Thank you and good to be back
K rend hpx or vimark rasolite
 
Evening ladies long time away

I need to refurbish alot of bay window mullions and sills all previously painted

I cant get parex parinter anywhere nr me and delivery charge is ridiculous and will only be putting a total thickness of 4mm on in two coats with top coat being a OCR tight coat floated and sponged

Any other product available

Thank you and good to be back

Hello mate!!!

You back on the tools?
 
If its only 4mm total thickness, how about thin coat material. Hpx or simiar?

Its not easy to get a finish so maybe very slightlty proud and stone it back.

Or use an sbr cement slurry and just use a fine ocr like Webers or better still Johnstones.
 
If its only 4mm total thickness, how about thin coat material. Hpx or simiar?

Its not easy to get a finish so maybe very slightlty proud and stone it back.

Or use an sbr cement slurry and just use a fine ocr like Webers or better still Johnstones.
Thanjs
I was hoping to top coat with johnstones base coat but would like a base coat which would really stick well its only gonna be 2 mm or so
 
If its only 4mm total thickness, how about thin coat material. Hpx or simiar?

Its not easy to get a finish so maybe very slightlty proud and stone it back.

Or use an sbr cement slurry and just use a fine ocr like Webers or better still Johnstones.

Will a rend aid type of product work with johnstones base coat
 
You can't put thin coats directly onto Parex Parinter, it's designed to attack paint type resins so it can stick to them.
 
Johnstones base coat? You mean there one coat render. There key coat primer is equivalent to rend aid.

4mm is too thin for 2 coats. Thin enough for thin coat. Think their base coat is a thin coat.

Yes i guess its their one coat but it’s called base cost

I do do it in two coats
 

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Hi there. Did you use 2 coats of Weber OCR for the mullions or anything under it?
I’m about to do a similar job on the mullions and also wanted to use OCR on them and the wall to cover Yorkshire stone but I sure if it’s suitable?
I’m new to it so a bit nervous.
 

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Hi there. Did you use 2 coats of Weber OCR for the mullions or anything under it?
I’m about to do a similar job on the mullions and also wanted to use OCR on them and the wall to cover Yorkshire stone but I sure if it’s suitable?
I’m new to it so a bit nervous.
See if you're going to bump up a 5 year old thread at least check if the OP is still a regular poster, because he was last on here in 2019.
Why not start your own thread better chance of getting an answer to your particular question.
Anyway welcome along and best of luck.
 
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