parlumiere Fin

owls

Private Member
Has anyone got a bag lying around i could grab for a sample panel... cant find anywhere who has in stock... dont care what colour
It’s a specialist product, no merchant will carry it. It would have to come from France. The fin is just the same as monorex gf , you might have more chance of locating that.
 

owls

Private Member
It’s a tad finer,but honestly its nearly the same, we’ve used plenty of it.get a sample made up and offer it up against each other and see.
Why is the parex rep not doing there job sourcing it for you anyway?
 

Dansouthcoast84

Private Member
It’s a tad finer,but honestly its nearly the same, we’ve used plenty of it.get a sample made up and offer it up against each other and see.
Why is the parex rep not doing there job sourcing it for you anyway?
i need it for next week for samples....
i need fin in g20 but sample any colour..
g00 in gf
g20 in gf....
ideally they want parexual but only comes in gm
 

bobski

Well-Known Member
I had same agg getting hold of it..

It was for exterior lathe and plaster job.

Ended up using k-rends version.

I think its k-rend (k lime 213)
 

vfr12

MOTORC*NT
i need it for next week for samples....
i need fin in g20 but sample any colour..
g00 in gf
g20 in gf....
ideally they want parexual but only comes in gm
Stick to the right gear for samples it’s all I would say. Later might bite you back if the customer wants to take a big chunk of your dosh. Lime sets different and is different texture too. The difference between gf and gm is the few larger aggregates in gm, which make the finish different. If you have used ehi gm and monorex gm you would know. The two have the same grain size but different content-ehi is more creamy and the difference in the finish is quite noticeable.
 

Dansouthcoast84

Private Member
Stick to the right gear for samples it’s all I would say. Later might bite you back if the customer wants to take a big chunk of your dosh. Lime sets different and is different texture too. The difference between gf and gm is the few larger aggregates in gm, which make the finish different. If you have used ehi gm and monorex gm you would know. The two have the same grain size but different content-ehi is more creamy and the difference in the finish is quite noticeable.
ive used scratch renders for 10yrs plus....

its just this house being 600m2 the client is spendinv millions on and wants to see the product on a sample before commiting... hemce why need the different grades so they can see which they prefer mate
 
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