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Learning about clay

Discussion in 'Clay Plastering Training' started by irish_spread, Jul 7, 2015.

  1. irish_spread

    irish_spread Private Member

    I was watering the flowers in the garden today when my Labrador started digging holes in the wet clay.
    I think I'll skim a ceiling with it tomorrow , the clay, not the Labrador
     
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  2. scottie5

    scottie5 Private Member

    I fell asleep at the wheel today. Oh Christ! What a mess.
    There was clay everywhere!
     
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  3. irish_spread

    irish_spread Private Member

    I've got a job to skim a boxing club next week. I think I'll use Cassius Clay
     
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  4. scottie5

    scottie5 Private Member

    Or cassie-us hey
     
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  5. irish_spread

    irish_spread Private Member

    Cassie ?

    My Labrador doesn't bite that easy
     
  6. Loren

    Loren Active Member

    I actually did a job with clay a couple of months ago. Never used it before, the general contractor said he was confident I'd have no trouble at all with the product. He was right, it was nice stuff to use, kind of like a venetian plaster but instead of lime you are using clay. Before & After Picts.
     

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  7. scottie5

    scottie5 Private Member

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