Lanko 751 or Weber dry Tex for wall render

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Lanko 751 or Weber dry Tex for wall render

Postby AJBangkok » Fri Aug 26, 2016 6:55 pm

I need to render the walls and floor of my pool to complete the build. My builder is suggesting using Lanko. 751 additive to the render and a pool company is suggesting using Weber dry Tex that comes in a 20kg bag.

Which is better or is it neither here or there.
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Re: Lanko 751 or Weber dry Tex for wall render

Postby oil » Wed Dec 06, 2017 2:28 pm

from what i read weber is better, thou still i think it doesnt matter too much
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Re: Lanko 751 or Weber dry Tex for wall render

Postby Rdteth » Thu Dec 07, 2017 8:08 am

They are not the same.
Lanko 751 is used as bonding additive between old and new concrete.
Weber dry.tex is a waterproofer. And it works- at least for what i have seen, but i don't know long term. I used it almost everywhere.
My lanko 751 experience is not too good. After use i found everywhere plastic-like wires, but I guess that is just what it is supposed to do. Not used it a lot. Used weber.latex on other occasions.
Now I would just use weber.add (or crocodile or whatever brand) of waterproofer (naam gansuum) with the render. Cheap and sufficient.
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