Finally used the magnetic

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BobbyJack

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In between a job today I came home and put the magnetic plaster on little girls bedroom wall. Didn't think bag would cover the wall given the sq/meter age output so put a flat bead part way up. Plan was to put mf on top half. Had a part bag left in garage and when mixing didn't have enough so put some magnetic in with it which was left for second coat. So bottom was magnetic and top was half and half. Both took an age to go off and after testing the top half doesn't work with magnets. The bottom work great though


 

BobbyJack

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Also did a small board to show customers. Just need to paint then de mask edges so it's nice and neat

 

BobbyJack

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Yes Keith. It will dry a grey colour but paints just like normal finish. Not as easy putting it on as it feels a bit chewy and takes a while to go off. Mixes with mf fine though and doesn't change the working time of the magnetic
 

keithuk

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Yes Keith. It will dry a grey colour but paints just like normal finish. Not as easy putting it on as it feels a bit chewy and takes a while to go off. Mixes with mf fine though and doesn't change the working time of the magnetic
The wife thinks it will be great for our daughter,s bedroom , thanks mate :RpS_thumbup:
 
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huddsspread

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do you need to mix it with mf? Or can you just use it neat and slap it on? Thinking of doing a wall in the kitchen, so the kids and wife can stick stuff to it.
 
Mad I never knew stuff like this was out. What else don't I know about... a lot it seems. Where do you get it from and what's it cost. Thanks


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BobbyJack

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Read jesssops previous post. Not sure about stockists. BG will send single bags out to suppliers though so you don't have to buy a pallet.
 
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