Not sure if you mean yellow feed and black feed rather than handles? But if that’s the case yellow one is first generation and black is second generation.
I’ve got the first generation which had problems sticking (replaced via warranty)
Still sticks every so often more with longer screws. You...
Everyone I’ve talked to that has Metabo tools has rated them highly, if I hadn’t already got as much Dewalt cordless I’d of went with them. But what’s their batteries like that’s what put me off Makita the batteries are not as good as Dewalt
I’ve bought a couple of cheaper ones in the past (Macallister etc) and they burn out/ don’t work as well as a medium - high quality ones. 90% of my power tools are Dewalt but they didn’t have a 240v 9” grinder in stock so got a Makita and I can’t fault it. It’s night and day compared to the...
If the water is coming inside via the lintel/steels that means that a cavity tray wasn’t installed which should have been under today’s regs.
Having said that a rendered wall would have prevented the driving rain from penetrating into the cavity.
Without an inspection from a competent person...
Usyk will struggle with Fury I think Fury takes that one but.
Usyk v Wilder will be an easy win for Usyk.
Wilder has a better chance of beating Fury than he has Usyk.
Just hope Fury doesn’t get careless with Wilder.
Everything you’ve just explained is wrong.
- Wrong spec plasterboard for 600 centres.
- Too wide a spacing between screws (probably wrong length screws)
- Too much plaster on board.
You shouldn’t be working on people’s property.
Once the foam has cured cut it flat then dig it out about 10mm, pva it as plaster board edges will need it, fill it flush with bonding the scrim over chase the reskim.
I personally would reskim whole wall but feather it if you want.
Hi John I’ve used a light colour render when I refurbed an old 70’s extension on the rear of my house and put in dark grey doors, the a couple of years later put a porch on the front and used the same colour render but I’m careful too when it comes to money so re-used the front door which had a...
I’ve used it a lot to save time on the last mix when I want to beat the traffic etc.
Like Vince says and you won’t go wrong, I find that you still have the same time to first and second coat using the same gear but it goes bang and sets just when you want it too.
Extra time on the other hand...
Totally agree money has taken over, promotors are a bunch of whores.
I’m pretty sure both fighters would rather it on British soil but have their hands tied.
But Main thing is that the fight will happen
Timber is definitely scarce as had to put up a new fence and if it wasn’t for my dad being a old costumer (he’s retired now) at the timber merchant wouldn’t of got any.
The stands were about 50% empty and they are one of the biggest trade fencing suppliers in my area.
I’ve got one never tried a flex volt battery but works with 10.8,14.4 &18v so no reason a flex volt shouldn’t .
Nice small radio but I’ve had problems with control panel buttons stop working on occasion.
Was fixed under warranty but then happened again after it ran out. Sorted it myself by...
I bought one of them when my Stanley finally gave in, it’s much better but no good on proper S&C angles that’s where scim or no nails comes in.
Just use the stapler on board only, clouts on everything else bar hard angles where I us scim.
Have used Multi Stick on pvc external beads to save time...
From a recent performance perspective and attributes the odds have to be in favour of Francis. John’s been inactive and his best performances are years ago.
It’s the fight game anything can happen but I still like John to win this one.
Yes definitely can on a MK7 SWB but like johnj said needs to be on passenger side as bulk head on drivers side prevents it.
I always stand them upright as best use of space unless you put in a false floor.