If applied with rend aid then the mesh is applied onto, applied in first pass then it's re enforcing the render and adding strength.
Surely adding it to the substrate is basically using it like scrim tape
You mean stick the mesh in with the rendaid? Never tried it but then the mesh isn't part of the render, you'd essentially have one thick sheet of render sat ontopnof mesh rather than the mesh re enforcing the render.
I've also never tried spraying rend aid. Suppose you could but I wouldn't fancy it
One 17mm pass on rendaid will sag like f**k with most materials.
I like to bed mesh in 5ishmm then top with 10ish.
The first pass will take a second quite quickly on rendaid in the summer buy obviously not so much as it gets colder
@Vincey you have to pick your clientel more carefully.
I went through a phase of quoting work on pictures.
I'm back to quoting in the flesh.
Rather than figuring out how much I want to do the work they're asking for, I'm summing up weather the client is worth providing my service to.
Mate I'm 35 but I've got miles on the clock.
I had sciatica for a couple of months earlier this year. I got rid of it by getting back into kickboxing. The stretches and kicking got it sorted after my second training session and I haven't had it come back since.
Re the escape plan. I'm also running a renovation firm and a kitchen and bathroom fitting firm so I'm slowly moving off the tools. I think any spread working solo and not employing lads should be looking at other avenues before s**t hits the fan as its gonna unless your a council plodder
It must be because you're a regular contributor to Sir Richard Bransons space program. I, for one have never spent a penny with virgin bet.
However, Thiago 'The Tranny' Silva had just made me two pounds sterling.
You must be absolutely brilliant at plastering.
The guy who taught me never once praised my work, best I ever got was 'it'll do' worst was the lath axe thrown at me, full force, chest height, then the lump hammer. The resulting hole in the wall was my fault too!