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- Aug 10, 2017
Nope, only the joint mortar.Years ago I used mortar for the background in a snake enclosure. It's been a long time, so I forget what exactly I was using, but I don't recall being able to brush it on like that. Must've had the consistency too dry. I've heard of people achieving a similar effect with drylock, so that was going to be my next project. I'll definitely give mortar another go, though.
Did you seal that with anything?
I use a super fine grade mortar used on the joints of tiles, not a regular mortar. Also it's very important that the foam to be cut, because if you try to apply on a shinny part, it won't stick.
I applied more like a thick paste and a brush, instead of a more liquid mix. It gave me better results, and a more natural look.