I bought a plastic trowel from the scouse lad who designed em and sold the patent to refina eventually...use em from start to finish he said...1st time using them so I did a wall in one of my rental properties...Holy Jesus when the sun hit that wall I cud have died ....beginners mistake
Are you for real. Been on here as a disgruntled customer for 2 weeks and never plastered in your life and now your dishing advice out ...have you seen those pics ...its beyond a bit of filler and sanding
I love the posts on fb that start with "don't wanna get ripped off but does anyone know any cheap good (trade) to fix my (job) and is available tommorow".
Followed 2 weeks by " look what Joe blogs did to my house"
Fight to the bottom for most parts
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So spark or gas engineer says that gas pipe or wiring is below standard but I'll do it below standard just because you want it a bit cheaper as long as you sign this form to say if it blows up or electrocutes someone I'm not liable ??
I know they are different trades but principle is the same as...
No..investing in yourself always pays off with dividends...sometimes in unpredictable ways....mite get you that teaching job in your later years as you interview against a better spread who disent have it. ? Hope you pass ok
You've also got to factor in a lot of housing associations or council plasterers arnt very good or if they are they soon develope the one coat/ that'll do mentality because of the expectations of the people who judge your work...a lotnof them will be multi skilled tilers,joiner etc...
There are lightweight tile backer boards which are almost.line a honycomb and foam construction...these idea for wet areas and can be tiled over but not plastered...they are more expensive than tile board but lighter and easier to cut.
Use these in the wet areas and use handy boards for the...