looking for exterior wall polyripple effect

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    I have an exterior wall which is smooth & covered with masorny paint - albeit also covered with cracks/blemishes. I am looking to get a polyripple type effect. I thought there may be some product you can roller on - as you do polyripple with a course foam roller. I am looking a bit more profiled than textured masonry effect. Any help/advice welcome. Ta John
     
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    Having said all the above - I am really looking for a product with a bit of body to it that will disguise the blemishes !! Yep - I'm lazy !!
     
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    sandtex highbuild or cullaplast. hard work tho.. :D clik on the products to see pics of finishes. http://www.sandtextrade.co.uk/Products/Pages/PrimersUndercoatsFinishes.aspx

    I'm just doing a large exterior, therender is flat, the smooth masonry paints have a sheen which would give an unnatractive flashy appearance where there are blemishes. Soo sandtex fine textured matt is what I reccomended. twice the material but looks very good all flat and even.
     
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