I moved into a house that had a decayed chimney cap. Used wire brush to clean up 2'x6' cap. I would wet 1/3 of cap with spray bottle of water, use flat trowel to spread this stuff on thick, scrape extra of with 1/4 slotted grout tile then smoth over ridges with wet cloth. Keep water spray bottle nearby by as helps with final molding as sets up quickly. Look for videos on YouTube about how to apply this stuff. Was VERY satisfied with final outcome - jus took me a ton of time to get done! I used the entire bucket for this size cap. Bought second bucket to do my second cap this spring.
I installed the coating on a 70 degree day in full sun. I thought the cool temp retard the drying time. I was wrong. Even though I worked quickly the material set fairly quickly and it was very difficult to get a smooth finish. I did the water spray before the final smoothing, but that only helped so much. It seems to be a nice product and filled the cracks in the cap nicely. , Im just happy its about 40 feet above the ground so my workmanship isn't noticeable. But, if I had it to do over, I'd try on a much cooler day.
Goes on like sparkling or dry wall compound. Has a concrete feel to it. Very gritty. Dries fast so you have to work rather quickly. I used this for a total cover up on fireplace crown. Thought I would need just one gallon, but it took every bit of the two gallons in the plastic can. After a couple of days it hardened / setup fully. I applied about a quarter inch thick as my crown was awful and leaked severely. I've had two rains since the application and its dry as a bone. I am not a pro, so the finish was not real smooth, but doing myself worked and saved five hundred bucks.
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