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  Wal-board Stucco Hand Sprayer 054-050

Hand-crank stucco applicator with plastic teeth.
SKU: 049727540505
Retail price: $129.00
Sale Price: $74.92
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  • Stucco Machine Capacity: 0.550 gallons
  • Plasteer Sprayer
  • Presentation: Galvanized Steel
  • Weight: 4.4 pounds
  • Cylinder: Made of rubber with 105 fixed double blades
  • Size: Small 9 1/4" X 10" X 6" - Approx.
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    The small manual "flinger" is a galvanized steel unit with metal tines that "fling" a wet plaster onto a surface. The unit holds about one-half a gallon of material, and has a rigid handle. The turn crank causes the tines to pick up plaster material and splatter it onto a surface. These machines are used to apply a thin lime plaster, but it can be used for clay based plasters too and stucco.

    • Used to Apply Color Coat, Plaster, Acoustic and Drywall Mud and Glitter
    • Lightweight and Durable
    • Can Match Most Surfaces

     

    The most common early-twentieth century stucco finishes are often found on bungalow-style houses, and include: spatter or spatter dash (sometimes called roughcast, harling, or wet dash), and pebble-dash or dry dash. The spatter dash finish is applied by throwing the stucco mortar against the wall using a whisk broom or a stiff fiber brush, and it requires considerable skill on the part of the plasterer to achieve a consistently rough wall surface. The pebble-dash or dry dash finish is accomplished manually by the plasterer throwing or "dashing" dry pebbles, onto a coat of stucco freshly applied by another plasterer. The pebbles must be thrown at the wall with a scoop with sufficient force and skill that they will stick to the stuccoed wall. A more even or uniform surface can be achieved by patting the stones down with a wooden float. This finish may also be created using a texturing machine

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