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Does an external wall need stabilising solution ?

Discussion in 'Decorating and Painting' started by david3331, 11 Dec 2012.

  1. david3331

    david3331

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    I just grind the wall in my front house I am not planing to paint over, but i was advised to used stabilising solution.

    Any advised?

    I am going to used an storm-dry water sealant after that would that be OK?
    thanks

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    Wouldn't have thought you'd need both, stabilising solution should only be applied to chalky friable surfaces. If you've damaged the faces of the bricks i'd have thought you'd be right with a water sealant, only my opinion though as i don't deal with bricks much
     
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    Stabilising solution if you are not painting over you don't needed.
     
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