Rendering on the coast. OCR?

Renderfrau

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Hi there
I’m attempting to render the mullions of this house and the Yorkshire stone. I really want to use Weber ocr but am a bit worried it’s not the right product over the stone. I’m going to bead, mesh and bond it too. Do you think it’s the right product to use or would you just use something else? It’s also just off the seafront which makes a a bit more nervous as it’s going to get a battering.
Thanks for any help :)
 

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Hi there
I’m attempting to render the mullions of this house and the Yorkshire stone. I really want to use Weber ocr but am a bit worried it’s not the right product over the stone. I’m going to bead, mesh and bond it too. Do you think it’s the right product to use or would you just use something else? It’s also just off the seafront which makes a a bit more nervous as it’s going to get a battering.
Thanks for any help :)



I wouldn't use OCR there myself.


I'd be more inclined to use a higher polymer render like HP12 or better, It'd stick better, go on thinner and be more resistant next to the sea.
 
Stone needs to breath - all the paint just suffocates the stone. You need to sandblast the paint and shite off. If you need to patch or repair use hydraulic lime mix
 
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