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Offline dolcevita

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Re: scaffold tower
« Reply #15 on: November 17, 2016, 05:48:28 PM »
Bio Calce is IMO the best product in the universe !!!! Its pricey though so we use it when you don't need a lot!!

We have perfected a technique that may interest you BS of applying the fine intonaco with a sponge trowel like a slurry .The 00 Bio C is more yellow than the others (I think there is clay in it) and dries a lovely buff ocher so you could leave that and not paint which is our intention in the kitchen.

Our cement brained builder refuses to believe that you can apply a thin layer of bio calce 00 or fine intonaco over an old cement surface without using pva or any other solution. As long as its a good non-flaky clean surface that's been soaked well the Bio Calce will make a good bond.If you want a rustic style rather than a flat 'modern' look for your walls I would really recommend it.
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Offline Vignaverde

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Re: scaffold tower
« Reply #16 on: November 17, 2016, 05:58:02 PM »
You may find applying a thin layer over the top of cement will crack after a short period of time.
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