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Milk Crates

Discussion in 'Plastering Product Reviews' started by Vincey, Apr 14, 2017.

  1. Vincey

    Vincey Private Member

    Thought these are worth a share on TPF , went caravan shopping today with my Mrs , found this step up , plastic absolutely perfect for ceilings, my old milk bottle crate is going into storage now , downside was it cost £20, upside its the business
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  2. zolco

    zolco Private Member

    Shame there's no proper pics of Mrs vincey
     
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  3. Formby plastering

    Formby plastering Active Member

    Is that another new van
     
  4. Vincey

    Vincey Private Member

    Perverts
     
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  5. flynnyman

    flynnyman Private Member

    Tell big Barry bashum up he has nice legs :birra:
     
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  6. Vincey

    Vincey Private Member

    Still got my old van but found this blaster brush for cleaning van,wicked, don't know if your a clean van kinda guy but I'm anal for mine being spotless, the blaster brush is the business too mate, glad I went to caravan place now never expected to find all these goodies
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  7. The Apprentice

    The Apprentice Active Member

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  8. Vincey

    Vincey Private Member

  9. Formby plastering

    Formby plastering Active Member

    I try my best to keep it clean not that bad just got to rack it out once I've got time.. another reccomendation then does it best the collomix bucket??
     
  10. Danny

    Danny TPF OWNER

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  11. Lodan

    Lodan Private Member

    How could anything be better than a £70 bucket:endesacuerdo:
     
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  12. Formby plastering

    Formby plastering Active Member

    I didn't take vince much for the caravan club but he knows his brushes
     
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  13. Vincey

    Vincey Private Member

    Nothing beats the collomix bucket mate, obviously in time something will , as plastering is always evolving

    Watch this space :birra:
     
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  14. zombie

    zombie Private Member

    Ffs @Vincey ...I recon I've seen more picys of you now than i have if my own children!!!!
     
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  15. zombie

    zombie Private Member

    @Vincey look quite good those mind for low lids or in tight small rooms like bathrooms etc. .
     
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  16. Vincey

    Vincey Private Member

    I'll try find a link mate and post it up but ain't back at caravan centre till next week though, if you can wait
     
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  17. bopper

    bopper Active Member

    Are they giving away caravans there v,and we're my Nike safety trainers?:whistle:
     
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  18. Vincey

    Vincey Private Member

    Nike did get back to me mate I just waiting still myself, I won't forget you , size 7 ?
     
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  19. bopper

    bopper Active Member

    That's the one bud ,how's stuff bud?
     
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  20. Vincey

    Vincey Private Member

    All busy here got some time off but got loads to do round house too , lol no rest for us sometimes it's easier to go to work
     
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  21. bopper

    bopper Active Member

    That is the easy way out ,lol,but tbh that's why I go to work 3 kid and a wife...... for some peace.
     
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  22. Vincey

    Vincey Private Member

    Tbh mate I'm thinking I might tow the caravan to work next week tell mrs I'm working away lol the jobs only 4 miles away but thinking it will be like a holiday
     
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  23. bopper

    bopper Active Member

    Sound like a plan!in some pub carpark :birra:
     
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  24. Fatarm

    Fatarm Trainee mod

    Did you manage to get that big 200m done Vincey?... It's to be done for Monday!!
    And you still had time to look at caravans and crates?.....
    26 hour days for you:frenetico:
     
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  25. Vincey

    Vincey Private Member

    Finished at 3pm mate , 3 sets on site straight out to caravan place then down pub dinner, 2 pints, update on forum, checked emails n replied, off to bed soon,
    In it to win it
     
  26. Fatarm

    Fatarm Trainee mod

    Fuckk me...30 hour day for you:rolleyes:..
     
  27. The Apprentice

    The Apprentice Active Member

    Only problem Vincey is that your back to the future
     

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