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Vincey

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Anybody used this? What’s it spray like? Old boss bought it for a job. Cheers
Ocr if it’s the same one I think it is I didn’t spray it but was shite to rub up
I’d never use it again
It’s cheap and I know why now
 

Topspread16

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Formby plastering

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I used a couple of bags on a a shed
I personally didn't like the texture really holy. The gear itself ok I suppose.
Prefer krend mono though.
 

Vincey

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This one
It’s only picture could find of the bag
Dried out ok but I wouldn’t use again
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themucky1

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Anybody used this? What’s it spray like? Old boss bought it for a job. Cheers
It’s utter wank I’ve used their ocr, mono and premium base coatand texture and wouldn’t entertain using it ever again let alone even paying for it, ocr wouldn’t rub and peeled when I primered it same goes for the premium base coat, mono flash set on a dull day in September and the texture was about the worse I’ve ever used it’s worse than bostik in my opinion and I’d rather get dry holed than use that again
 

Topspread16

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It’s utter wank I’ve used their ocr, mono and premium base coatand texture and wouldn’t entertain using it ever again let alone even paying for it, ocr wouldn’t rub and peeled when I primered it same goes for the premium base coat, mono flash set on a dull day in September and the texture was about the worse I’ve ever used it’s worse than bostik in my opinion and I’d rather get dry holed than use that again
I sprayed it, had to spray it wet for overnight scratch. You could see the big aggregate hitting the ribbons they was that big. I didn’t scratch it back but went to look at it after. I thought Weber was pitted, a decent rock climber could of scaled it. Found it very adhesivey to, more expensive than krend silicone k1 think he paid £10.20 plus vat for it.
 

reeves1985

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Just to pick this thread up again.

Went down to their product training/engagement day today.
Used the main products mentioned above and to be fair I liked them all, was quite shocked after reading some reviews.

As pointed out the MR1 and base coat are creamy. It's definately a slow setter which can work to your advantage in certain circumstances.

As an example there was some mr1 layed on at 2pm the precious day that could still be scratched easily and not bone hard.

The sp15 was nice for a thin coat.

Obviously I can't comment on real world site conditions as I haven't used it on "proper" work yet but I'll give it a whirl.
 

smoother09

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Was it very nice and creamy...ooh sir did you like it, ooh sir did you pull your pants down, very nice sir!
 
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