Yeah I'd probably just of wet it down rather than put any kind of chemical on it treat it more like render its already got s**t in it so just needs to be sprayed with water if left otherwise you just putting a film over it!That's what I thought its been a dryvas a nuns c**t
Not the case pal it was done a couple of days after renderlite was applied , I’ve used it loads never had any problems . just wondering if any one else had same issue ever ? thanks for your help though !!In other words u left it till bone dry and thought blue grit was the answer!
To be honest I think you'll struggle to find an answer to your question as; even in this world of clueless chancers in this trade, I don't believe anyone else would be stupid enough to do what you've doneThought it might help with any drying in issues any way used Bostic green on it and it’s blown in places after 6 months ? Any ideas ?