Best material for a spot board.

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Mucky

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I used a bit of 18mm ply , screwed a lump of 2x2 on the back and clamped it in a old workmate . Absolute brilliant!!
 
I have a thick sheet of marine ply

BBucket works if it small areas but cant be bothered to spoon it out all the time
 

raggles

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I recently acquired :RpS_unsure: an off cut of wet wall which was very fortunately just the right size for a spot board. Cleans up great as the back face is a bit like formica :RpS_thumbup:
 

lucius

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Worked on the motorways in the 80s and acquired some large Aluminum road signs, never wear out.
 

essexandy

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I've used 9.5mm ply for years, even at 1m2 it's still strong enough to hold a full boardfull of S&C. Nice and light to move from lift to lift on scaffold.
 

zombie

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gorilla tub on top of a beer crate works for me....it doubles up as my seat at snap time...my chair for my newspaper in between trowels...for drinking a brew and when I'm feeling really lazy sit on my fat lazy arse to pull in bottom of my walls....

in fact can we have a dedicated crate section...in case your wondering mines a holsten pills 24 holder, bloody love that crate
 

drury200

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gorilla tub on top of a beer crate works for me....it doubles up as my seat at snap time...my chair for my newspaper in between trowels...for drinking a brew and when I'm feeling really lazy sit on my fat lazy arse to pull in bottom of my walls....

in fact can we have a dedicated crate section...in case your wondering mines a holsten pills 24 holder, bloody love that crate
Orite guys whats best size for a spot board 1m x 1m ?
 

Rossi46

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I found a spot board sized sheet of Formica on a school job once and thought it would be perfect. Jesus that stuff's heavy!!! Ditched after one day :cachetada:
 
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