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Quick Rendering / Tyrolean Question

Discussion in 'Plastering and Rendering' started by walter111, 26 Feb 2008.

  1. walter111

    walter111

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    I have some small patching to do, after removing an outside door frame - its a few very small areas, literally half a dozen or so fag packet sized chunks - so giving it a go myself.

    my plan is to do a sand / cement basecoat, dry and score.

    im going to use Tryolean and a roughcaster to apply after a quick practice in the back garden first - but my render seems quite chunky - almost as if their is stone in it (but theres not) - so any tips on how to give it some extra thickness would help?

    Second question, might sound daft, my local builders yard only has white - the rest of it looks like a cream - but i will be painting the lot white anyway - so i assume this wont matter.
     
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