Acrovyn wall panels to a walled wall may seem a rather difficult task. While challenging, it is not impossible for homeowners to perform. The job requires a certain amount of patience because it requires three layers to complete, and specific drying time between the rocks. When done, however, whether they apply stucco to an unpainted or painted walled wall, you can stand back and give yourself a hand to complete a job most people would not try.
Thoroughly clean the acrovyn wall panels to ensure that it is free from dirt, dirt and other debris. Mix enough Type-S mortar for a coat. Add adhesive according to the manufacturer’s instructions. Apply a uniform layer, about 1/4 inches thick, to the entire wall. While still wet, scratch the wall with the plaster rake. This will ensure that the next coat is stuck. Allow to dry for 24 hours. Mix a second set of mortar. The binding agent is not necessary for the second coating.
Apply the second layer evenly, about 1/4 inch to 3/8 inch in thickness. Leave it until moderately fixed (between five and ten minutes). Cut bumps by moving a straight edge across the surface in all directions. Plate the surface of this coat as much as possible. Allow to dry for 2-3 days. Mix surface-coat stucco and apply a smooth layer of 1/8 inch thick. Use the mushroom float to smooth the finish acrovyn wall panels. You will have the best results when the fungus float is dipped in water before it is used. It should be moist, but not dripping.