Skim failed on rederlite

Moon

New Member
Any one had multi finish delaminate on sovereign renderlite before ? Green grit was applied too to give a better key !!
 

Moon

New Member
In other words u left it till bone dry and thought blue grit was the answer!
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 !!
 

smoother09

Well-Known Member
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 !!
If you used it loads why the feck would you grit it.
 

Retired Spread

Well-Known Member
Thought 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 ?
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 done
 

Stewie03

Well-Known Member
Like smoother said you've put a film over the renderlite by gritting it,and probably killed abit to much suction with it should've of justxgavebthe wall a dampen down then skim did you devil float it up
 

Monkey Boy

Well-Known Member
Av put grit on bonding before
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