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Old 07-08-2010, 06:14 PM   #1
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Clay or stucco walls

I'm restoring a 68 Safari and am thinking about doing clay or stucco walls (probably stucco). Does anyone have experience using either of these?

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Old 07-08-2010, 06:41 PM   #2
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do you plan to travel with your AS, or will it stay still... cause, not that it was my job, but I learned stucco, tadelak... and there is almost no way to make those finish last in a travel trailer.
Way too much vibrations while in motion the finish will fall apart.
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If your 're talking about masonary stucco, I wouldn't think it would work to well for a few reasons. First weight. 2nd it doesn't have a good adhesive property to stick to substrate, and 3rd too brittle resulting in cracks. You maybe thinking of more of a texture paint to achieve a rough surface, some times it might be called stucco, that might work.
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I don't know - I'm thinking Clay AND Stucco . . . and maybe some wood trim around the windows . . .
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There are synthetic replacements for both - dryvit is one they layer over foam board insulation on high rise buildings...
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Ummmm no… Straight from the land of enchantment NM where almost every house has a stucco finish…. It will not stick, and even if it did it would crack in a million pieces the first bump you took. Hell I can’t even get it to stay on my 50 year old house!
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ha ha! nmgt350h.... But he mentions wood trim around the windows...those old 'half round' cedar fence posts, make the most beautiful wood when stained. I have a wood box next to me that is made out of it. AND there is another slideshow on here somewhere - where the fellow did the whole interior of his with wood and did an amazing job too.
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