Spraying blue grit primer

MIXERMAN

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Blue shite. I've said it before and I'll say it again. Pva and 9inch roller boom. Little bit of red food dye make it pink .
 

FreeD

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I've used the blue shite for years...and it's good shite, looking to spray then back roll
 

Casper

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I see. Only mixed WBA and PVA. Same s**t I suppose. Nice for skimming over. Not that skimming is my only trick
 

Tom81

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Bennu...about the only thing it would be good for now we have EZE24.

Going to give it a go spray and back roll
Not used blue grit being outside but if there's plenty to grit the bennu will power it on,
Is it thick stuff to roller on?
 

FreeD

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I’ve sprayed micro with a hopper and compressor. Very quick. Internally too. Works well.
Yes problem is I'm just worried about failure using micro it's a large job and don't want the call in a years time
 

FreeD

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Are you insane. If micro can hold 15 - 20m of render im pretty sure it can hold 2-3mm of finish......... Jesus this place is proper f**k*d :endesacuerdo:
:LOL: Plasterers know that there can be reactions between different types of materials it's not all magic you know. I put K Rend over micro once and the whole elevation failed...fortunately it was my own property.
 

TheWand

Active Member
:LOL: Plasterers know that there can be reactions between different types of materials it's not all magic you know. I put K Rend over micro once and the whole elevation failed...fortunately it was my own property.
Servrs you right for using Krend.
 

Rossi46

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:LOL: Plasterers know that there can be reactions between different types of materials it's not all magic you know. I put K Rend over micro once and the whole elevation failed...fortunately it was my own property.
I very much bloody doubt it. It’s just the same as R10.
 
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