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    k rend issues - use it or not?

    Plasterers

    I'm looking to have my house rendered. I live 1/2 a mile from the sea with a prevailing wind to my gable end. I like the modern look of k-rend or parex or webber but I am really concerned about the discolouration and staining of this stuff that you see EVERYWHERE you go. I am told that a particular paint is needed and should be applied soon after render is applied? What is this paint? By who? Or is there any other render or system that could be recommended? Thanks very much

    Asked by Laurence on 9th Feb 2021
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    Tonez1plaster/rend/decor

    "Old school sand cement is king 2xbuilding 2xplastwring 1cement small bucket of lime in top coat with very small amount walterproofer .
    Or can react with lime if to much walter proof and want it go off to .
    Scratch coat same no lime bit walter proof s.b.r on walls slightly walters down
    S.b.r 90% 10 % walter with small handful cement mix in brush on
    Apply the slurry 5/8 m2 at a time then just goes tacky put the render scratch on
    No less than 5mm or in 2x 2 coats 2.5mm move next seshoin about 5/m2 square
    Do same move next sectoin same put a scratch comb squiggle throw the scratch coat render when is semi dry stick the scratcher in half way throw the scratch about 2./3 mm not right in to the old surface or will separate the render
    Leave at least 2x days top coat it"

    Answered on 1st May 2021 - Member since May 2021 - report
    Morris Roofing & Roughcasting

    "Hi there k rend is silicone based so any discolour you may get can easily be washed off.
    I would not recommend putting any type of paint over a k rend finish"

    Answered on 12th Feb 2021 - Member since Jan 2016 - report
    'Love ur Bathroom'

    "Try Baulmit thin coat system render with a painted top coat this doesn't discolour"

    Answered on 15th Feb 2021 - Member since Feb 2021 - report
    Jbrenovation

    "Try to put high temp render on very strong wind areas such as near a sea front"

    Answered on 15th Feb 2021 - Member since Sep 2020 - report

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