let them get on with the job! if its not up to scratch when finished hold off on payment till its correct. you stated you are not an expert you are probably winding them up by telling them how to do the job.if you are worried ask to see their certificates.
you carry on with your inventive expletives whilst plastering over wallpaper.
the definition of wallpaper" a substrate to which a chimpanzee with limited training applies plaster"
their you are young man will that help you sleep tonight or will your aunties elbows keep waking you up x
its just advice mush take it or leave it!
you by your own admission are lacking experience which is why you asked in the first place.
ps if you are trying to use big words to intimidate then at least learn how to spell them correctly :)
just an idea but you could ring around local plasterers in your area and ask them if you could pay them the x amount of Â£s you were going to spend on this course and see if they will take you on the job with them for 6 weeks.
**** me that looks like laurence llewellan mcboen or wot ever hes called has had a go at ur van!! send him round to mine its a right state.i need a new labourer its not unusual to have to have to dig me bucket trowel out of part bucket of skim on a monday morn:RpS_crying:
you sound like you have it all sussed and are on the forum looking for a pat on the back.
most of the spreads i know would not consider you "in the trade"but good luck with that. learning ratios of mixes are as important as the trowel you own.
it takes years to learn and its a tad arrogant of...
try and get on with a contractor that uses machines fella its defo the way forward.try to keep well away from the intensive courses,a good plasterer will wa
nt to pass on his skills all the best to you and all the best for you future!
brodie just admit it your s**t and you know it:RpS_lol: you dont know how to use the gear and u obviously dont know the difference between a chimpanzees tennis racket and a trowel. if i were u i would become a security guard cos u seem to be comfortable with a torch :RpS_mellow: no offence to...