Rendering for dummies, apply first coat of render for dummies
Hello ambitious guys and gals, who are interested in learning how to do it yourself, now possibly you can.
How? Watch, this video explains we show and explain, Rendering for dummies or how to apply first coat of render for dummies, the terminology “render” as it’s widely used in the UK instead of using the term plaster they say render.
Keep in mind Europe is where real lime plastering has originated from.
They don’t call band aids, band aids, they call them plaster’s, I know this because me wife is English.
It’s not a car trunk in a bonnet.
it’s not aluminum it’s aluminum, and on and on.
I go into details about tools and their use, plus explain and show a variety of useful plastering tips.
With a small bit of attention you can and will save cash, create a sense of euphoria and sleep well knowing, no problemo, I did this repair myself.
Save cash, great workout, sense of accomplishment, what more in life does a righteous person desire?
Old Kirk says, material knowledge is 70% of being a well rounded plasterer,
The other 30% is application.
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How to render or plaster a first coat of Portland cement plaster,
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Thanks for watching and have great day!
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How to render or plaster a first coat of portland cement plaster, scratch coat of stucco, scratch coat of render, scratch coat of plaster, scratch coat of cement plaster, all mean the same thing.