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    Happy tradesmen day lads

    Either way better than nowt
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    Happy tradesmen day lads

    I think we deserve a clap every sunday night .
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    Eze spat when to use

    Cheers mate ial have a browse through. Do you use the steel flexi blade
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    Eze spat when to use

    When's best to flatten first coat of multi with putz eze spat. Soon as all applied or wait to pull in a while? Thanks in advance
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    Is it worth going alone?

    I feel like it's something I need to do you only live once
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    Is it worth going alone?

    Money and flexibility is the only reasons, I like working for my boss he's a decent chap
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    Is it worth going alone?

    Cheers lodan, Ial weigh up the costs.
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    Is it worth going alone?

    Yeah I shal advertise and take it from there
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    Is it worth going alone?

    Yeah that would be the safest option
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    Is it worth going alone?

    Would you advertise to begin with Simon?
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    Is it worth going alone?

    Looking for input, been plastering for 5 years, currently get 110 a day n van from employer, would I be much better off alone? Get private work but not enough to cover weeks. Only thing stopping me is not getting work and the fear of the unknown
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    Waterproof sheets

    Thanks Stevo
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    Waterproof sheets

    Hello all ,great forum, does anyone know where I can buy waterproof sheets from not the poly backed cotton ones.?
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    Key

    Is a key (devil float) definetly needed for skimming over s & c with waterproofer in. Cheers
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    Fresh gear

    All good answers I like the rolling set idea. I like the first coat to pull well before I mix up for second
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    Fresh gear

    Like it
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    Fresh gear

    Love skimming with fresh gear but looking for ways to speed up the process in winter months .
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    Top films

    American sniper
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    tiger stripes

    Don't use thick gear. Don't lay on to thick. Don't go over too soon. Don't go over too much. Don't use a dirty trowel. Be careful over silk. Simples
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    Achieving a solid colour when dry

    All great tips much appreciated
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    Achieving a solid colour when dry

    Looks bang tidy though
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    Achieving a solid colour when dry

    I shal see tomorrow drops alot. Cheers
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    Achieving a solid colour when dry

    Plaster man what finish is that m8
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    Achieving a solid colour when dry

    Got me thinking. Mine has seemed to happen since using s*p*r*lex final polish
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    Achieving a solid colour when dry

    Thanks for the replies chaps. Glad it's not just me
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    Achieving a solid colour when dry

    Although my finish is flat with no hollows and look great painted why is it when it's dried out i see trowel marks everywhere. Although it looks rough it's as smooth as a baby's bum. Thoughts please
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