Rendering on Spar

Ian Hamilton

New Member
Hi got a job although I've been rendering for years this is a new one for me, rendering on spar!
The client won't pay for it to be removed, as it's on tight and sound. My dilemma is base coat with or without waterproofer on top? The finish will be sponged so I'm thinking yes because this will give me time but I've had conflicting opinions. Plenty of guys I've seen have successfully rendered on spar, although time will tell on it's longevity, I suppose. Opinions please, thanks!
 

superspread

Well-Known Member
Hi got a job although I've been rendering for years this is a new one for me, rendering on spar!
The client won't pay for it to be removed, as it's on tight and sound. My dilemma is base coat with or without waterproofer on top? The finish will be sponged so I'm thinking yes because this will give me time but I've had conflicting opinions. Plenty of guys I've seen have successfully rendered on spar, although time will tell on it's longevity, I suppose. Opinions please, thanks!
Walk away!
 

irish_spread

Private Member
Done it loads of times. Once it's not painted and well adhered/ no cracks, it's sound. It will prob suck in quick on the scratch so deffo w/proofer in the scratch and then rub up
 
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