Plaster like the professionals for DIY weekend plastering warriors.
Hi folks, in this video, Jason and I show you how we apply two coats of stucco back to back.
When the brown coat (second coat) started to dry, I applied a textured finish to match the existing taping mud finish on the rest of these interior walls.
I am using Eisenwall hydraulic cement plaster for this plastering project.
FYI, our mix is three times the sand added to every part of cement plaster, similar to almost all the portland based stucco systems.
A little more or less sand, no big deal. Einsenwall is only sold at professional plastering yards, such as “Westside building materials” in Oakland, ca. and many other cities and states.
Thus if you want to do like Ole, “kirk,” google plastering yards near me.
As with all cement these days that both coats can be applied on the same day or back to back, the stucco losses its “packs” if over mixed.
What the heck does that mean? Excellent question; the strength is compromised.
In this video, I explain all about plastering tools such as hawks, trowels, and other tools shown in use. Then, I explain what we’re doing so that even my dear old granddad can understand how to apply stucco to a wall.
Folks, if you feel your opened parking structure is covered, thus you can sheetrock, think about storms with wind-driven rain that blows sideways. Therefore, it’s not a good idea area to install sheetrock outside even if it’s covered.
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