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Diall Plastering sand, Large Bag
Features and benefits
- Coverage will be dependent on depth laid, ground conditions etc
- Please note that product supplied comes from a natural source and may vary in colour, size and texture
Health and safety
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Biggy73 - 3 months ago
Bought 2 bags, both had black stone mixed in with the sand (a lot of it about an inch diameter, and a lot of it pea shingle size). Save your sanity and buy from somewhere else
TJre - 5 months ago
No I Know that we have been in lockdown for some time and just coming out of it but there's no need to let the quality of your products drop Plastering sand is ment to be pure sand and now there's small stones all the way through it no good for plastering...
Good builders, not so great for render.
Sambo89 - 6 months ago
This is more like builders sand than plastering sand, is it possible to get it without stone or supplied with a micron sieve?
versatile sharp 0-3mm sand, pointing & render
JD Hampshire - 10 months ago
I've used this sand with NHL 3.5 for bricklaying & pointing over the past couple of years, and have also used it for some exterior render (OPC:Sand 1:6), no problems with any jobs so far (no issues with cracking / shrinkage etc.). Provided you're laying a bed of render (or repointing) that's ~3mm depth, you'll be fine with this grade - granted, you'll struggle to feather it out without needing to brush out the courser aggregate.
Save your sanity do not use this sand
Anonymous - 11 months ago
This is meant to be for plastering, the only way I can see it being usable if you were applying 5-10mm thickness at a time. The bags either have inch wide pieces of black stone or the stones have been ground down to small stones which drag through the mix as you try to smooth it over. I spent ages with a stick flicking them out of the render I'd mixed which doubled my time doing the job. Never again!