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Monocouche/one coat render to curved bay window

Discussion in 'Plastering and Rendering' started by aspley, 5 Jul 2016.

  1. aspley

    aspley

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    Hi Guys

    I am having front of house coated with a one coat monocouche product. The front upstairs and downstairs windows are bays that I have stripped the old render off, have insulated, and applied a breathable membrane and finished of with marine ply bent to the shape of the bay.

    Question is what do I put on the ply before the monocouche finish is applied. I Have been told cement board is an option (but does it bend) or a is a mesh on top of felt a better option.
    What method do you use??

    Thanks for any help

    Ken



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  3. vinn

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    If you have a professional renderer coming along why are you concerning yourself with details that should have been talked through on the site visit(s)?
    Post photos and ask the plasterer for advice - whoever is doing the job knows what they want.
     
  4. aspley

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    A fair point although, I have to say, it would have been a tad more useful for you to answer the question. If you have anything to add in that regard I would be most appreciative.
     
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