How to achieve a scraped/scratched texture finish onto masonry
Scraped or scratched texture is a hugely popular render finish which works well on both modern and traditional buildings. Our range of
Do you need a preparatory key/stipple coat?
Renders are not adhesives and therefore require a substrate with good suction and key to ensure good adhesion. If you are applying onto either brickwork without recessed mortar joints or concrete application of a stipple coat — also known as a key coat — such as weberend aid is required.
Use our guide on rendering onto surfaces with poor key to learn how to do this. Once suitable key has been achieved, it is possible to apply a
- weberpral M is available in England, Scotland and Wales and is available in 24 colours
- weberpral D is available in 12 popular colours and is available in Ireland.
Colours shown with an asterisk (*) are only available in weberpral M.
Things to consider
See how it's done
Watch the video tutorial to see how it's done:
An extra layer of protection
This highly hydrophobic, colourless coating protects renders from water, oil and graffiti whilst maintaining the appearance of render and allowing it to breathe.
If you have any questions or would like assistance, please contact our technical team:
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Telephone: (01525) 722 100
Our technical team is available Monday to Friday, 8:30am until 5.00pm.