Buckets.

scottie5

Private Member
I'm running out of room for trowels need a new bucket any recomendations? .
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Vincey

Private Member
I'd recommend this one they more for cleaning though , looking at the dirtiness of some of them trowels though it might be just what you need :p

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beader

Private Member
Yes i would recommend you get some professional help to sort out your trowel addiction. lol.
 

algeeman

It’s A Boy
I dont care what anyone says about using gorrila tubs, big scoops, bucket trowels, shovels etc you can not beat a spot and stand

how old are you rorystoned ??

lads pay £10.000 for machines so they dont use board and stands.
ive kept mine in the garage for the spiders to hide in the winter for the last 15 years.
 

roryston

Well-Known Member
how old are you rorystoned ??

lads pay £10.000 for machines so they dont use board and stands.
ive kept mine in the garage for the spiders to hide in the winter for the last 15 years.

26 mate so £10k seems like a million to me!

I am all for machines though, unfortunately in my line of plastering (domestic) I dont think it will be any good for me, however there may be a day when needs must!
 

algeeman

It’s A Boy
26 mate so £10k seems like a million to me!

I am all for machines though, unfortunately in my line of plastering (domestic) I dont think it will be any good for me, however there may be a day when needs must!

rory !!!
im 38 now......at 26 i was the machine !!
now like @clemo ...i cant be fuucked !!!
 

Lastlaff

Well-Known Member
I use kids party disposable tablecloths on my spot - when finished with th gear just wrap up the tablecloth and bin it. They have a waxy waterproof coating.
Also, you can lay it it out at tea break and invite all the other trades to join you for jelly
 

Dropsalot

Private Member
I only use it out the bucket if it's a little bit.......any decent areas....board and stand all the way.....only bend down to take off me boots at the end of the day ...... ( well, 4 ish)...
 

Vincey

Private Member
hOw is that collomix cleaner @Vincey
It's a regular part of my plastering essential tool kit now, there has been many people who have said it's waste of money but my paddle is absolutely immaculate still, don't care what anyone says every time it comes out of the cleaning bucket it's spotless
For any lone wolf plasterer I'd say get one
10/10
 
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