Yeah I.m tempted to use fast set but it's tight as to get inMy mate had some years ago wanted me to patch up by a fitted wardrobe after mixing abit up it set within 5 mins in the bucket don’t know about sanding it though left that to him,I don’t see why not just give it 30 mins from the mix and see if u can sand it
Can it really be sandedin 20 mins . Got a tiny awkward patch Job. Really don't want to be there long. And it's a that to get trowel in
It's going on 2 mm . f**k it . I.ll just fast set itNo it can’t unless it’s on piss thin. It sets quick but doesn’t dry throughout in 20 mins. Get ya little heater in to speed it up, or add in some Jasper Time additive.
It's going on 2 mm . f**k it . I.ll just fast set it
I know that I ain't that daft. Sonwhysnit say 20 mons on bagNeeds to dry before you can sand it
Think that's the problem. They have a few quid so there above itPut it on really tight, maybe in a couple of coats if the patch is deep, and as it’s just gone off, run a sponge over it to take any edge off. Prob get away with that. If the customer can’t give it a flick with a bit of fine sandpaper, that’s a bit sad.
Working timeI know that I ain't that daft. Sonwhysnit say 20 mons on bag
I know you're a bit of a thick c**t, but come on.