It's on the lower one mate. Thanks for the tips I'll try them out tomorrow. It was proper caked all around the rubber. Also is the mixing shaft rubber meant to get a bit of wear on it? Haven't looked at Facebook tonight but will now
had a little chat with contract beads today. he reckons the guy will soon be either putting his prices up or selling the patent as some bigger bead companies are trying to buy it.
also my box arrived today. how exciting !! they are the most stupidly simple idea i cant believe no1 thought of it before. gonna try them tommorrow. i do hope i can get to sleep tonight
you fcuking sad c**tlol. yeah i just about got to sleep after some hot cocoa.
theyre the nuts i think. just cant believe no1 thought of the idea sooner. and theyre only 80p per bead. cant go wrong i dont think
I've found these beads to be a Godsend. Beading onto boards of over 12.5mm with normal beads means you can't get a fix into the stud.
Sticking them into old plaster is still a problem though. I do wonder why there's not a wider skim bead to go over an existing one with a screw or nail fixing.
I do wonder why there's not a wider skim bead to go over an existing one with a screw or nail fixing.
Just got a load of hook on beads today and used them on the dogs nuts