Bonding 60

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#1
Any good?

I use dirty water normally which is great but wouldn’t want to chuck a few bags on with it as it flash sets.

Is this bonding 60 really gives 1 hour that would be ideal.

Anyone used it? Does it still set hard if on thick?

Thank
 

Danny

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#3
It does exactly what it is meant to do.... good for the qui k in and out jobs
 
#4
So if it’s an inch thick in places it still
Sets in 60mins?
 
#6
Yup... probably slump like normal bonding thought
Hate that but can’t get hardwall anywhere. I tend to mix the bonding stiff to stop it sagging. Nice one
 

Danny

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#7
Hate that but can’t get hardwall anywhere. I tend to mix the bonding stiff to stop it sagging. Nice one
Wickes had run out of bonding this week
 

madmonk

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#8
gone fcukin dear i know that much travis charged m 9.70 a bag this week up in mcr
 
#9
Tried it today , was a bit sceptical but it lived up to the name. Rock hard in 60 minutes, like me after a blue pill.
 

t33ch

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#10
Jeez, what the hell does she do for 60 minutes while it takes effect? ;)
 

Danny

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#12
Tried it today , was a bit sceptical but it lived up to the name. Rock hard in 60 minutes, like me after a blue pill.
Did you like using the bonding 60?
 

Olican

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#16
Used cement through bonding for years with no problems
 
#17
Used cement through bonding for years with no problems
Same and dirty water but inconsistent flash times. Oh r.

I’ll always use dirty water for patching but if gotta chuck a few bags on this 60 stuff is ideal as know where you’re at with it
 

Danny

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#19
Yeah mate was nice felt slighter smoother than normal bonding could be wrong on that though. Will definitely use again
That is good to hear :D I like it as well :D But the cost is a bit of a put off for me...
 

Vincey

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#20
Yeah mate was nice felt slighter smoother than normal bonding could be wrong on that though. Will definitely use again
Use quite a bit of 60 ,it’s £10 a bag at selco how much did you pay for it ? I’m a hardwall fan too even though it smells , atm there are guys trialling new hardwall on bg group tbh I don’t know what changed with this new stuff but look forward to see what they say about it
 
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Danny

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#21
Used cement through bonding for years with no problems
I have done as well but its not consistent enough to gauge... Thats why I like half time and extratime as well... they are consistent and you know where you stand
 
#22
Use quite a bit of 60 ,it’s £10 a bag at selco how much did you pay for it ? I’m a hardwall fan too even though it smells , atm there are guys trialling new hardwall on bg group tbh I don’t know what changed with this new stuff but look forward to see what they say about it
Prefer hardwall too but nowhere stocks it. It doesn’t sag like bonding.

I use wickes purely for convenience purposes and the click and collect feature. With trade discount i think
It was just over tenna. Customer pays so i just use my preferred materials
 

ChrispyUK

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#23
Experimented last week with putting some rapid set cement in with my bonding. Not something I use often, but the tubs been kicking around in the back of the van for bloody ages, and needed the bonding to go off quick so thought f**k it, give it a go.
 

Danny

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#24
Experimented last week with putting some rapid set cement in with my bonding. Not something I use often, but the tubs been kicking around in the back of the van for bloody ages, and needed the bonding to go off quick so thought f**k it, give it a go.
proba went off before you got it on the wall :D
 

Danny

Administrator
#25
Prefer hardwall too but nowhere stocks it. It doesn’t sag like bonding.

I use wickes purely for convenience purposes and the click and collect feature. With trade discount i think
It was just over tenna. Customer pays so i just use my preferred materials
Wickes only had hardwall the other day... had to go to bloody B&Q for it and paid a bloody fortune
 

beader

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#27
Anyone used the one coat render from Tarmac that they stock in BnQ . Was thinking about using in for small internal jobs . Whats it like to skim etc.?
 

Vincey

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#28
Anyone used the one coat render from Tarmac that they stock in BnQ . Was thinking about using in for small internal jobs . Whats it like to skim etc.?
There was a thread on that last year can’t remember who started it though
 

CeeVee

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#29
Thought it was for DIYers at first but now I use bonding 60 a lot.

Did a curved ceiling last week and bonded out first thing. Mixed in a bucket with a gauger. By the time I'd got the rest of the tools out and the water ready etc. it was set enough to skim over (y)

Top tip...BG rep told me to keep it in a clean tub...and it will last for a year!
 

Donzo

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#30
Use quite a bit of 60 ,it’s £10 a bag at selco how much did you pay for it ? I’m a hardwall fan too even though it smells , atm there are guys trialling new hardwall on bg group tbh I don’t know what changed with this new stuff but look forward to see what they say about it
Any word on a finish 60.
 

Donzo

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#32
Tbh mate did ask about that I don’t think there’s a hope in hell but never know one day maybe we’ll get it
We have spoke about this before,,, I think domestics really want this more than bonding 60,,,,, I can set bonding in less than 25 min if I need 2.
Dont see why they developed that before a quick set finish.
Good you asked Vincey.
 

zombie

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#33
I think it's a fine line with setting skim quick and cracking personally
 

Donzo

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#34
I think it's a fine line with setting skim quick and cracking personally
Guy from bg told me they can set plaster to any variable zombie if they want to.