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rendering over pebbledash

Discussion in 'Plastering and Rendering' started by terence1719, 23 May 2007.

This topic originated from the How to page called Rendering.

  1. terence1719

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    I have bought a house that has pebbledash and would like to know if it can be rendered over directly. If not, what would be the best way to achieve a nice rendered finish?.
     
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    if your pebbledash is loose, coming off (test with a lump hammer if it feels loose) best off hacking it off .

    If solid,go over it, a basecoat and finish coat will give you a good flat sound finish
     
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    many thanks
     
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    just watch u dont put pebbles on upsidedown
     
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    Dates Mucka ;)
     
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    The latest trend is to turn dashing back to bricks using lime based finish like Decopierre or Blue FLag Base coat, then 2 coats 1st is the pointing color, 2nd the brick and then grooved out. Youtube it.
     
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