We're in Vanderbijlpark, at the home of Lindiwe Meira. Lindiwe has a bit of a problem with the exterior walls of her house. Lack of waterproofing, plaster cracks and the use of a low-quality primer have all contributed to the current state of the walls.
We are first going to strip every layer of peeling and flaking paint back to a sound surface, and then prepare the cracks and prime the entire wall to produce a suitable surface for the new paint. We will use Prominent Textured as the final coat to hide plaster imperfections and to bridge hairline cracks for good.
Sandpaper is normally thrown away as soon as it clogs up with paint. A great trick is to simply tap the sandpaper lightly against the sole of your shoe to unclog it - you can then use the same piece again. If it is not course enough, keep it for later use as a P100 sandpaper.
"Remember that where waterproofing is concerned, prevention is always far better than cure." - Sam