Fibafuse, then 3 coats of easifil 20, feathered out, the edges are already drying (the only bit that needs a rub if you know what your are doing), job done in an hour. At 6.48 I had sausage rolls, beans and chips.
Anyway on my job this week:
Chippy - a c**t
Sparks - a c**t
Plumber - a c**t
But the biggest c**t is the brickie, turned up without a line or level and started running in a 10 foot block wall…God give me strength
Look at the shitholes he is working in - he says his rate on YouTube to pull in the work at that price.
He needs to:
1. Buy a coat that fits him - looks a right c**t
2. Needs a massive punch in the face with his annoying Cambridge accent. :)
Feedback after a couple of weeks of work and it is brilliant. First off, It’s the same size as the MT wooden and red handle. There’s not a load of improvements over the standard handles but what i think is good about this DuraCork is when i clean the trowel off and a splash of water gets on the...
Got myself one of these today. By the look, feel & texture, it’s a mix of the normal red rubber with a spray of cork in it - as I like the Nela cork handle I thought I’d try it out. And the cost of it is about 10 mins work.
Blaklader work trouser knee pads are the really comfy - I wore Dickies before and they aren’t anywhere as good - their knee pads rode round the side of your knees during the day. I’ve been screeding the last couple of weeks and knees are fine.