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How do you apply SBR Bond?

Discussion in 'Plastering and Rendering' started by TommyGun1, 25 Apr 2012.

  1. TommyGun1

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    Does anyone know how to apply SBR Bond? Would it go on bricks before the scratch coat

    What does it mean by applying as a slurry?



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    Dilute the sbr slightly, read instructions on container, add cement powder and mix to a nice paintable slurry, easier with a whisk.
    Paint it on, make sure you cover any windows etc, ( you wont get it of )
    The scratch coat needs to go on while still tacky, it might pay to have someone painting it on, while you follow.
    You dont need it after the scratch coat is on.
     
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    Forgot to tell you, you might not need to sbr the wall, it depends on the background.
    Sometimes the wall might just need a soaking.
     
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    How about applying neat
     
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    Yes you can apply it neat, also without making it into a slurry.

    Always best to follow the instructions on container, for each different application.
     
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