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newboy

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Hi all, new to the game been at it about 8months and really enjoying. Can anyone shed a bit of light on this. Got to plaster a sloping ceiling 135 degree external but cannot get thincoat beads is there an alternative, any help very much appreciated, thanks guys n gals.
 

essexandy

The Lake Governor
Don't really understand what your question is? If the job requires 135° beads then get some. If you can't get them then you're not trying hard enough. There are other options but personally I'm not interested in helping more coursers into the trade.
No offence.
 

Djr

Well-Known Member
Cut the wing off a skim bead if it's a short run . If not as above skim stop beads everywhere stocks them
 

Havagojo

Well-Known Member
Hi all, new to the game been at it about 8months and really enjoying. Can anyone shed a bit of light on this. Got to plaster a sloping ceiling 135 degree external but cannot get thincoat beads is there an alternative, any help very much appreciated, thanks guys n gals.
Use skim mesh angle , cut one wing every 2 inches and fold to shape
 

Arti

Well-Known Member
They are pricey but way better than stop beads. I'm a big fan of them. How many do you want. £7 + VAT plus £80 carriage
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The Hobo

Well-Known Member
Hi all, new to the game been at it about 8months and really enjoying. Can anyone shed a bit of light on this. Got to plaster a sloping ceiling 135 degree external but cannot get thincoat beads is there an alternative, any help very much appreciated, thanks guys n gals.
get a wood plane and make yourself a feather edge rule to suit
 

Nicm

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Hi all, new to the game been at it about 8months and really enjoying. Can anyone shed a bit of light on this. Got to plaster a sloping ceiling 135 degree external but cannot get thincoat beads is there an alternative, any help very much appreciated, thanks guys n gals.
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