Wet dash

solway

Active Member
If wet dashing with white sand and white cement onto grey cement brown sand background would anyone use a white sand white cement receiver coat or just dash straight onto the grey coat. Obviously if tiny bits are missed the grey bits would be visible. But if confident enough to cover every square inch is there any need for the receiver coat. (wet dash will be mixed and soured on site)

Cheers
 

Gurva

Well-Known Member
Maybe on a little panel or patch but wouldn’t fancy it over a few hundred metres trying to cover every single mm of grey,even hitting a wet bit the stuff spikes back at you and would mix with the grey nah I’m out on this one,white all the way!!
 

theclemo

Private Member
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That's on to Grey
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The Hobo

Well-Known Member
If wet dashing with white sand and white cement onto grey cement brown sand background would anyone use a white sand white cement receiver coat or just dash straight onto the grey coat. Obviously if tiny bits are missed the grey bits would be visible. But if confident enough to cover every square inch is there any need for the receiver coat. (wet dash will be mixed and soured on site)

Cheers
arguable point but most in sw Scotland grey background
 
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