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Howdy folks, in this video we are showing and explaining normal wear and tear from a cascading waterfall plus the results of time and many hungry ducks.
We first removed all the deteriorated and or beat up styrofoam or “EFIS” we then re-placed the sections that were to far gone, with the many holes we applied a bonding agent “Weld Crete by Larson’s” next we used Portland cement stucco for added strength, which means we made the molds 50 times stronger than they were originally.
After a cure time of a few weeks in 95 degree heat, we came back to apply an elastomeric acrylic’s color finish, naturally all acrylic stucco have their own primer that must be applied before the applications of what ever finish you are applying, in this video, the finish is called a dash finish that can either be thrown on with a stucco dash brush or sprayed on as I did in this video.
FYI, when ever you are going to paint or apply an acrylic stucco finish to a base coat of stucco one must wait at least 30 days for the base coat to cure or drop to the proper Ph level, if a cementitious color finish were to be applied the cure time would only be about two weeks depending on the weather.
Remember when I asked what the hardest part of working with commercial projects?
I said the insurances requirements, that was sort of true, but really the hardest part for commercial plastering is? Take a guess guys.
All the plastering contractors know the answer to this question, It’s getting paid in a reasonable time frame because of all the added paperwork.
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