Troweling stucco down the backside of keyed lath, trowel down the backside of keyed stucco.
Troweling stucco down the backside of keyed stucco protrudes from the rear keys of wood or rib lath.
Troweling down Stucco keys.
We are showing the rear of the ribbed stucco lath. Note the stucco keyed through the rib-lath.
This is why it’s adhered to permanently.
In this video, I’m also explaining a stucco, “cold joint,” with a sand stucco finish.
https://youtu.be/q8nOPfP01dk/ plastering an exterior ceiling, both coats, read the description for tips on keyed stucco rib lath
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