18 inch nela mediflex

S a plastering

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has anyone got this size for final troweling I've already got a smaller mediflex was going to get a bigger one just wondering if the bigger ones are ok to use cheers
 

BigK

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Have an 18 super for same job and it’s sound, don’t see any reason why you won’t like it


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Pagey

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I can’t get on with my mediflex nela Just don’t feel man enough in the hand if I’m honest if that makes sense maybe I need a @clemo handle to go on it ;)
 

Rossi46

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Doesn’t a massive flexy defeat the object of making the final trowel easier? The bigger the trowel the more pressure needed to achieve the same finish as a smaller trowel.
 

John j

Mono Don
Starting to think i.m only person to go down in size on trowel on here. Gone from 14 to 13 and love it. Got 14 out a few times for round rsj.s n pillers but don' even bother now. Just extra s**t to get out van . Think I.m gonna flog it . Though plastic fantastic made a rare appearance other day on a big artex ceiling.
 

zombie

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Starting to think i.m only person to go down in size on trowel on here. Gone from 14 to 13 and love it. Got 14 out a few times for round rsj.s n pillers but don' even bother now. Just extra s**t to get out van . Think I.m gonna flog it . Though plastic fantastic made a rare appearance other day on a big artex ceiling.

Best trowel I've ever used for trowelling up was an old 11" ragni. ....

Like pushing a feather around great when my elbow playing up!
 

John j

Mono Don
Best trowel I've ever used for trowelling up was an old 11" ragni. ....

Like pushing a feather around great when my elbow playing up!

I had a old 9 inch from 900 years ago left it on a job some where . Was mint for round doors when arci,s where left on .
 

essexandy

The Lake Governor
Best trowel I've ever used for trowelling up was an old 11" ragni. ....

Like pushing a feather around great when my elbow playing up!
Christ I've covered some acres with the old grey and black handled Ragni's.
Trouble is you need plenty of S&C work to wear them in nicely, but few get much of that now.
 
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