I've been looking all over the web to understand the differences between these tools and when to use them.
As far as I can see they are both long, straight and flat blades. The difference seems to be that the Darby is made of metal (aluminium) and the Speedskim is made from plastic...
I have for some time been using and loving the speedskim st blue.
Lay on with mt, flatten with speedskim and finish with nela super flex...2 coats of course
My question is has anyone or does anyone currently finish with speedskim sf.
Is it as good as s*p*r*lex and what is...
Alright lads, as the title suggests really I know the obvious difference one is plastic and one steel but which does everyone prefer?
My work is mainly reskims, never tried either got a few big lids coming up before Xmas so going to treat myself to an early present.