EZE - Speedskim - Refina skimming spatula - devices

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Plasterers1StopShop

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Hi mate, the EZE has either a hard or flexi blade. Both are stainless steel. Don't have prices to hand but they are on the website


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gilby

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I ordered my 1200 speed skim this morning from plasterers 1stop shop. One of my guys has been using one for a few weeks now and swears by it.


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Jurek

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Yeah, I'd agree. They're the bees knees for flattening back. Fair price as well. Got the 1200 myself and its ideal size.
 

jamesthefirst

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I ordered my 1200 speed skim this morning from plasterers 1stop shop. One of my guys has been using one for a few weeks now and swears by it.


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Yea, @beddy swears by it as well or at it I should say.:RpS_biggrin:
 
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gilby

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Got my speed skim this morning and gave it a go in some krend ft. Have to say, I'm impressed!


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gilby

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We are now using them for the base coat on thin coat systems, multi and after today def be using for krend as well.


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Jurek

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Danny, will the new steel blades be interchangeable with the existing speedskim? If I have a 1200 speedskim at the moment can I just buy the 1200 steel blade rather than the whole thing...?
 
Danny, will the new steel blades be interchangeable with the existing speedskim? If I have a 1200 speedskim at the moment can I just buy the 1200 steel blade rather than the whole thing...?

Hmmmm good question I think they will but I will have to check with @Speedskim
 
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Speedskim

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Hmmmm good question I think they will but I will have to check with @Speedskim

Hi Danny / Jurek all Speedskim blades are designed to be fully interchangeable. For best results though we recommend using as a system, getting the best from the original pvc unit, cutting down your time - and then the finesse of the new SF units. Will be posting more info soon :)
 
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