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Unformatted text preview: (800) 633-6668 www.larsenproducts.com b. Equal as approved by Consultant prior to use. See Section 01600. 2.2 MIXES A. One part cement B. Three parts sand C. Liquid - 1 part Acrylic Admixture to three parts water. Mix with minimum liquid required to give workable consistency. PART 3 EXECUTION Project Number 2 Section 03362 Heritage May 2003 Parge Coat 3.1 PREPARATION A. Surface to receive parge coat finish shall be structurally sound, clean, free from loose materials, dust, dirt, oil, grease, wax, loose paint, mildew, rust, latence, and efflorescence. B. Sandblast areas embedded with grease or oil to achieve clean surface. C. Scarify smooth, steel troweled surfaces. 3.2 APPLICATION A. Float and fill depressions and voids. B. Apply one coat minimum with 1 / 8 inch minimum thickness per coat. C. Rub final parged surface with carborundum to smooth, even surface. END OF SECTION...
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