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spunky

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I've only ever used it as a prep coat for mono, I need to cover painted roughcast in a couple of passes keeping the second coat tight as poss
I want to sponge it for tryolean can you sponge it and will it take a s\c tryolean over the top or just tryolean it with parinter if I have to but don't want to cost wise does this sound ok?
 

spunky

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Do you think id be better off going a bit thicker with the second coat and scraping it then sponging?
 

plasterjfe

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I like that finish see, there are alot of grains that come up to the surface. it wont make any odds anyway because he is gonna tyro over the top.
 

johniosaif

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What does this stuff float up like, can you get a decent flat sponge finish on it. Would it finish in one day.. I have a job like this coming Up in the summer..
 

plasterjfe

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I aint tried mate but i dont think it will behave like up210 on the wall is a lime renovating mortar and i always use it like a thin coat with mesh but you can get a reasonable thickness for sponge float but as for the I section and scrape float - I doubt it would be ideal but you can try love.

floated as said its a grainy finish - i think it looks nice
 
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