1 coat skimm WHY

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Fatarm

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To be honest I am kinda missin the spunkster, the forum seems to be... Well a bit quiet!! Needs a firestarter if u know what I mean??:RpS_bored:
 

Nisus

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He'll be back!

Well I think he will ...... I gave his phone number & address to a few members he pissed off on here :RpS_unsure:

(they payed me to do it) :)
 

asb

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Dont worry lads he'll be back hes just gone on a short break to onecotland.the prices are brilliant there an spunky makes a fortune as an instructer selling sponges an his festering bottom hole !lol
 

Curry

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Some please explain why 2 coat is better then 1 on decent boarding? Proper facts not just bullshit please
 

nickelarse

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Some please explain why 2 coat is better then 1 on decent boarding? Proper facts not just bullshit please

coz the first coat basically fills out any imperfections, beads etc, then the 2nd coat is tight. then ur only troweling up a 1 mm tight coat. everything is easier to work in coats. and the tighter the better. paint is easier in 2-3 tight rather than 1 thick. as is render etc
 

Curry

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coz the first coat basically fills out any imperfections, beads etc, then the 2nd coat is tight. then ur only troweling up a 1 mm tight coat. everything is easier to work in coats. and the tighter the better. paint is easier in 2-3 tight rather than 1 thick. as is render etc
When one coating you fill the tapes and beads anyways. But it's a good answer
 

spunky

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No it isn't, if you're struggling to lay a bit of skim on a bit thicker I'm not sure if plasterings really for you :rolleyes)
 

spunky

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If you sponge you have to lay on thicker and it's easier to trowel after sponging ....so again you're comments are worthless Jew :RpS_thumbsup:
 
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