Badly Coated stone Wall

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I am renovating my kitchen part of which was an old stone wall. The paint is trapping water there is also a cement wash and bitumen!

The stone is in a poor state when I have removed the various layers. I think when this is completed it will need rendering. What render should I use? Inside wall is plastered and no gutter which I am trying to fix but difficult because building shape.In a sheltered position.

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hanks for contacting us.  With this one it’s difficult to say as you may need to allow for repointing as well as re-rendering as it could be a cement mortar.

In regards to appropriate material, if looking for a premixed product we would recommend using Cornerstone CLD30 NHL2 (link to product) for the base coat/s and CLD35 NHL2 for the finish coat (link to product). Alterantively if looking to site mix, CLS28 with NHL2 for the base coat/s and CLS35 with NHL2 for the finish coat.\

If we can be of further help please don’t hesitate to contact us again.

 

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