How’s about an agree to respect each other’s views and appreciate we may take a different approach to get the same end result ...... a decent job.
If anything you owe my missus an apology as she just had to eat burnt shepherds pie as I was busy giving it large and forget the oven was on.
To be competitive we will have to move with the market, what else can I do.
What really annoys me is when we go to a manufacturer training day my labourer (thick as f**k) is twice as fast and twice as neat as the plasterers there, my labourer cannot plaster btw.
On that note, I am fed up of getting phone calls and looking at jobs that have been f**k*d up and not done correctly. On here and in real life. That’s why I like to try and give some good info to avoid people getting taken for £0000 and hopefully encourage people to look into more than just the...
And btw, this, this sort of conversation I can do.
Not the silly insults, accusations of being a ginger. Not having a clue.
I can agree to disagree and have an adult conversation,
It I will stand by what I said, I thing the op would have benefited from heavily watering down his material on a...
Yes, spraying with less water will not go through a hopper gun, it spits. The material is too thick.
Hand applying in colder weather neat is ok, 500ml added In the summer in direct sun, while I agree will weaken the material ever so slightly, as with any setting material, will aid in...
The point was you said it couldn’t be spread by trowel after adding 500ml of water.
I quoted you, up there.
It would need a brush, you said.
Slowing the setting times down on most materials by adding more water will weaken the finished strength of a product, such as concrete........
I’m only a dickhead because I continue to show you up for what you are .......... a t**t
A man who come on here to belittle and act a c**t, accuse and throw wild accusations around without evidence, and to act up to the real nuts.
Your a phoney, your reputation is f**k*d by a newbie like me...
Not according to dear squealer VFR12
The guy accuses me of being a fraud when in fact he himself is the fraud.
He will no doubt try to move the childish belittlement towards another area of my work in another failed attempt to make himself look like the big man.
You alter and suit your argument to mask your previously failed attempt.
First I was the ginger man you were wrong
Second money cannot be made stripping @ £5 m2 you were wrong again
Then you start with the old monorex Parmurex quiz, wrong again
Fourth you start with I don’t know what I’m...
What’s the date on that photo, it’s as far back as I can go on this phone.
Bringing my second apprentice through while my other apprentice now subs to me as a full time renderer
To solve the problem was to water the gear down so he can spread it thinner and have a little more time to rub it...
There’s no point trying to baffle the lad.
Put 300ml - 500ml either a cup or a small bottle.
Put it on with a steel trowel tight and take off excess with the same trowel. There’s no rubbing up with steel. Others might but we don’t.
Plastic float on it ASAP rubbing up and taking anymore excess...
We water them all down between 300ml and 500ml and have never had a problem. By hand or sending through a hopper gun.
We Render day in day out.
You talk out of your arse, are a bully and have the grammar of a small child with learning disabilities.
Where has the guy said he sprayed it on?
You do add water whether spraying or hand applying 1mm, 1.5 or 3mm any grain size as it clogs the hopper gun, but that’s irrelevant.
My second sentence was to “Thin it out”
You say it’s in too thick.
That’s basically the same thing. Are you special in...
Yeah, possibly a bit too warm.
Could have pulled in a bit quick or skinned on the surface too quickly. If the customers not pulled it and happy I’d take it on the chin and learn from it.
Primer needs about 2 hours minimum on a decent warm day to dry properly, below 10/12 degrees mid day id...
Atlas is more than likely gear.
When did you put it on? What sort of temperatures.
Always advisable to put around 500ml of water per tub in any top coat to thin it out and give you a little more time with it.
@BigBish i told you last night you could have it for £3750 all in on the phone.
There are Ritmo Ls out there available for around £3250 / £3500 but will probably need a service straight away.
I’ve just spent best part of £200 on a service before letting it go so whoever buys it can hit the...
@BigBish im out at minute with family will give you a call later.
I take it you haven’t had a Ritmo before?
You’ll get 3 bags in and 1 on top which if your going over a base coat will see you good for 6/7 metres.
I’ve stopped spraying for up to 45mins before for breaks and other reasons as...