Monocouche over decorative stone

Marc T

New Member
I'd like to render over a small section of decorative stone and really need some advice or the correct method.

I'd planned to use weber pral m, just because this is the product I have done the most research on.

I was going to apply rendaid as a key, then use one coat base render with mesh to level off the uneven surface. Apply 10mm beads and finally the coloured weberpral m ocr.

I have already taken the extreme high points off the stone but there is still about 15mm Maybe even 20mm in some places.

Have I missed anything from the plan or am I headed for a nightmare.

Thanks for any advice.
 

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malc

TPF Special Forces
I would finish with a thin coat acrylic, not mono.
acrylic finishes off quickly, with mono you will be waiting about for hours.
 

Elite exteriors

Active Member
I'd like to render over a small section of decorative stone and really need some advice or the correct method.

I'd planned to use weber pral m, just because this is the product I have done the most research on.

I was going to apply rendaid as a key, then use one coat base render with mesh to level off the uneven surface. Apply 10mm beads and finally the coloured weberpral m ocr.

I have already taken the extreme high points off the stone but there is still about 15mm Maybe even 20mm in some places.

Have I missed anything from the plan or am I headed for a nightmare.

Thanks for any advice.
Yeah you could do that
 
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