Reactions received by owls

  • Chris W
    Chris W reacted Like to owls's post in the thread sm700px1/42a basecoat.
    have a look on the parex site chris,theyve just updated it loads of info on there
  • essexandy
    essexandy reacted Like to owls's post in the thread A good day at the office.
    this time of year stick some axel 3000 in it, youll have no issues with a sponge finish same day.
  • carlos
    carlos reacted Like to owls's post in the thread skimmer wanted.
    as title, for skimming work in north yorkshire. on board, materials on site, were doing the acrylic rendering, dont have time for...
  • D
    Dansouthcoast84 reacted Like to owls's post in the thread rough c*nts.
    if your doing a few hundred quid re skim fair enough,or a one man band. if your running a professional outfit and people are spending...
  • W
    Wezly reacted Like to owls's post in the thread rough c*nts.
    if your doing a few hundred quid re skim fair enough,or a one man band. if your running a professional outfit and people are spending...
  • U
    User___removed reacted Like to owls's post in the thread rough c*nts.
    if your doing a few hundred quid re skim fair enough,or a one man band. if your running a professional outfit and people are spending...
  • Rossi46
    Rossi46 reacted Like to owls's post in the thread weber.
    Your mesh should go in as closer to the finish coat as possible that way it works effectively.
  • U
    User___removed reacted Like to owls's post in the thread weber.
    because hes a penpusher not a renderer, ask any other experienced renderer they'll tell you the same, I use to demonstrate for parex...
  • B
    Builderboi reacted Like to owls's post in the thread rough c*nts.
    what you on about the old invoice and hope it shows you tit. just because its how you operate doesn't mean everyones the same. I for one...
  • T
    thebearbeef reacted Like to owls's post in the thread rough c*nts.
    what you on about the old invoice and hope it shows you tit. just because its how you operate doesn't mean everyones the same. I for one...
  • T
    thebearbeef reacted Like to owls's post in the thread rough c*nts.
    ha I give up.
  • W
    Wezly reacted Like to owls's post in the thread rough c*nts.
    what you on about the old invoice and hope it shows you tit. just because its how you operate doesn't mean everyones the same. I for one...
  • D
    Dansouthcoast84 reacted Like to owls's post in the thread rough c*nts.
    what you on about the old invoice and hope it shows you tit. just because its how you operate doesn't mean everyones the same. I for one...
  • Rossi46
    Rossi46 reacted Like to owls's post in the thread Parex spec.
    I guess there just covering there arse.
  • keithuk
    keithuk reacted Like to owls's post in the thread weber.
    Your mesh should go in as closer to the finish coat as possible that way it works effectively.
  • smedhead
    smedhead reacted Like to owls's post in the thread weber.
    Your mesh should go in as closer to the finish coat as possible that way it works effectively.
  • W
    Wezly reacted Like to owls's post in the thread weber.
    Rend aid is a lot more flexible than the top coat, if any movement is going to happen it's going to happen to pral m first.