So many ways of doing things my way is the slow way we're it would take a day and half to cover up scrim up tools materials in etc. after I've done that I have only time to do 2 gauges when I need 3 to finish. I'm going to try were I can get more on using a angle trowel and see how that gets me going
Good stuff Scottie,there must be 70/80m2 there at a guess,doing that amount in a full day wouldn't be too shabby
It was some introduction to site work don't think I was a lot of help that weekendThis was the first day I had met and had help from another plasterer off this forum and also tommys first day on site out of college 2 spreads 1 apprentice.
A decent sized 2 double bedroom bungalow 290m2 in total completed in 4 gauges over a weekend.
First gauge was about 110m2 .
10 bags to be exact which may of coined a new nickname for someone.
They weren't rolling sets.That must have tool some effort Scottie!
But when you break it down it's only 75m per spread per day, then you e the apprentice to take into account, so it's a bit less....
You'd be able to do that without rolling gauges
Good goodI thought I did ok only prob was the time scale I. Started to mix at 8.30 and finished for 11.30. With that I got about 25-30m2 on blue grit. Made it a lot easier when I came to do the other 3 walls. But then again was a bit longer then expected. Loved my spatula took a while to get balance but loved it