11 bags of mono and i sprayed it.

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McPlaster

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This may seem a little lazy however G4 was already there and I had two strips of mono to do on a roof so the slater could continue his work, the area was about 10²m and i sprayed it and was done in no time giving me the rest of the day to bead, my point is, once you are used to machine plastering it's not a problem to do small areas without waste of materials and it doesn't take it's toll on the old bones like hand applying.
 

McPlaster

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I know but **** carrying buckets up and walking about on battens, I'm sure i did it in the same time but felt guilty, I did go inside and wack on a hit of board on too, I have the first lad I ever trained back on the firm and **** he's a goodun, so I'm trying to keep up with him these days and he's 38!
 

southernmonkey

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dont blame you in most cases you can get a machine out and up and running in the same time as it would take to knock up anyway, the amount of times i've had 10-15ms to do and i've done it by hand cos i thought it would be less hassle then within 5 mins thought **** wish i'd got the machine out
 

Gibbo

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dont blame you in most cases you can get a machine out and up and running in the same time as it would take to knock up anyway, the amount of times i've had 10-15ms to do and i've done it by hand cos i thought it would be less hassle then within 5 mins thought **** wish i'd got the machine out
thats cos your lazy stu
 

simplybesty

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i have a little drive wall to do at my mums, about 3m2 and i will spray it with the ritmo mate. The germans call a hawk the english machine, lol
 

theblones

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it always takes ages by hand if you mostly machine cause ur not as prepped as you were in old days. You would have a labourer, a spot and stand the lot. and jobs which take 5 minutes with the machine take ucking ages by hand.
3 bags is a bit lazy though:RpS_sleep:
 
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