here are some photos of work the students have completed - started out as a small project, (external rendering )
this work goes above and beyond what is required by the governing body CITB at level 2
fooking hell my local team have certainly turned our season around ------- a trip to wembley and steaming up the league ------ into play off position :birra: a few ciders are in order
even the dee dars are looking in amazement :inocente::reloco:
hi guys, do any of you guys use the old fashioned jute/hessian scrims on plasterboard joints, on sites or domestics
i still teach my learners how to apply to ceiling /wall angles, a good exercise, for tool control
which is your favoured preference when positioning and fixing beads for floating & setting (windows / door openings)
the horizontal first then the verticals or the vertical then the horizontals - and why
hi guys- after my shellac went missing from my workshop,:RpS_cursing: had a chat with the joinery lecturer regards an alternative,
Mylands H/B water based Lacquer gloss - this was brushed onto the (dry) reverse mould, this was allowed to dry then polished off with a dry pad of scrim, this...
Hi my name is Phil Dove, I have just joined the forum:RpS_biggrin: I have been plastering since 1981, working sites mainly in south and west Yorkshire, as the work dried up I did a side step, and started working in a fibrous workshop making and fixing fibrous products- I must say this type of...