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    My lancy ph9s will be up for sale soon 2000 hours mint condition 7000 .ono

    Might be interested send me some pics Kevseabass@aol.com
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    Bad multifinsh

    Ok @ BG I'll call you tomorrow but you can see the general consensus as regards BG products at the moment, so I don't want to have to convince you that the multi is bad. Like I said the job is hard enough without bad product.
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    Bad multifinsh

    Every spread I've asked round here has now had the problem, all said fine until the bags with the little labell advertising unifinish
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    Bad multifinsh

    They're probably cutting it with all that unifinish they'll never sell
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    Bad multifinsh

    Hs anyone else noticed mutli finish has gone bad in the last week or two. You can tell when mixing it doesn't quite look right and trowels up terrible. It may be coincidence but is it this time of year when they adjust retarder in the product? It almost looks abit grainy holds water so goes on...
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    The Ritmo coach bolt

    Funny you should say that I'm a quarter german
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    Remember your first mixer?

    I have had a 110v casals mixing drill, Spanish company I think. I can't praise it enough its filthy but still going strong (12 years), never even had the brushes changed. It's been absolutely thrashed all its life even mixes sand and cement no probs, just wish I could find another. I love that...
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    The Ritmo coach bolt

    First thing I noticed about the ritmo, I would ditch the coach boat straight away and graft in a Heavy duty toggle latch, no spanner needed.
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    Buying a machine

    I can defo see the benefits of having at least another person or someone spraying, I've always found it hard to find other reliable and good plasterers, the good ones quite rightly usually have their own work and will drop you like a stone just when you need them. The good thing is if I got help...
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    Buying a machine

    Hiring a ritmo at the moment, I throws it on fast I wouldn't need anything faster on my own, could defo do with a hopper. I'm just chucking through what's available to me to test it out. Doing an old farm house were one coat was specified (unlevel walls rounded corners etc) it went through a...
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    Buying a machine

    Got you number of website Ian I'll call you in about an hour
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    Buying a machine

    Most people would need an extra pair of hands to render by hand up scaffolding but I've nearly always done it on my own so I'm used to a bit of running around, is there a hopper that can be loaded with a few bags to get going?? And can the machines be stopped easily?
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    Buying a machine

    Waterproofer even
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    Buying a machine

    I'm going to bite the bullet and get a machine I've been threatening for ages, I've had enough of being let down by people (hand applied) and want to get a decent output on my own. Which would be the best machine for someone on there own, I know everyone crows on about ritmo but I want as much...
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    Scraped lime finish ???

    It's similar to scraped mono but bigger pits in amongst smoother bits, it looks nice whatever it is.
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