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Old 07-18-2014, 03:39 AM
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G'day Bubb
3 in of blanket is worth 6 in of pearlcrete in insulation value they say so I think you got that well and truly covered. There is something to be said for using 1/2 inch as its easy to keep it smooth I would hate to wrestle with 1 in.
The dome pretty smooth with the first layer do you can only improve on that. You might consider to use an acrylic render layer for your last layer as its more water resistant and resident to expansion and contraction. The local products sorry Ill leave that up to you.
You have got to be happy thus far that's looking very smart
Regards dave
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Old 07-18-2014, 04:44 AM
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Dave I did industrial insulation younger
In life and have a neat installation stapler
That almost stiches insulation. I'm planning
On a roof to keep weather off. So one maybe
Two more layers of stucco I'm sure it will be
quit smooth round. Really bighting at the bit
to finish chimney. Have some design features
In mind for that. Went to a local collage and
Looked at the brick work. Great place to get ideas
Things that are easy to do, but give the most pop!
Hopefully I'll be on that by Monday.
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Old 07-22-2014, 09:45 AM
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Stucco done! Didn't go perfectly smooth, wife
wanted a little texture for looks. Now I'm on
Finshing the chimney. Base is scratch coated
ready for stone.. Man I can't wait to fire this
thing up.
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Old 08-05-2014, 05:36 AM
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Finished chimney, and all stone work.
Working on counter top.

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