Scraped render or scratched render as it is sometimes called is the render finish that is achieved when using either monocouche or a thick silicone render such as K-Rend FT.
It is achieved by scratching back the final coat of render when it has slightly cured but not set using a special tool to leave a flat and pitted type finish. It is very flat and smooth and looks very crisp and modern as can be seen in the picture.
This is an example of a scraped render finish that was achieved using monocouche and is one of our most popular installations.
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