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It was a rough cast piece of glass that needed a lot of work before grinding could even begin.
Influenced by the rocky outcrop on which it sits, when approached the building forms a strong monolithic barrier, with rough cast concrete walls.
The building, of rough cast lime render and timber cladding, has a sedum roof, a living, flowering area which attracts nectar-feeding insects and cuts rainwater run-off.
The rough cast crosses are then individually hand finished so each is unique.
Last night, former international team-mates Kenny Dalglish and Alan Rough cast doubt on the claims - made in the book Both Sides Of The Border Ex-Nottingham Forest hero Gemmill, 58, says the episode with Johnston sparked panic in coach Ally MacLeod's Scotland camp.
They have a polished finish for ease of cleaning and are more hygienic than rough cast surfaces.
Or you can stipple the last coat by patting it with the end of a coarse brush, or rough cast it with a trowel covered with burlap, or merely finish it smooth with a steel trowel.
The memorial, a cast bronze plaque mounted on a rough cast slab of Leeds County granite, was unveiled by Barbara Hopper, her 11-year-old daughter Victoria Hopper, Catherine Evans and Verna Hill.
Petalling is not only used to assist in waterproofing the cast, but also to prevent skin irritation from contact with rough cast edges.
WHEN using rough cast masonry paint outside you might need a very stiff brush to scrub the paint into the crevices.
On a poorly machined surface you need 35-40 microns to eliminate porosity, and on a rough cast surface it may not be possible to achieve freedom from porosity at all