Is this acceptable work-cornices and bathroom setting

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Sonja

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Hi, I’m new to the forum and was wanting advice from experienced plasterers. We hired a plasterer and we haven’t been happy with the process and result. They’re telling me that their work is fine but I don’t think cornices are meant to look that way. The corners aren’t flush and seem rough to touch. Plasterer said it will be fine to paint over it.
Also the bathroom setting doesn’t seem finished and is very rough. My concern is we will have issues down the track with cracked tiles etc.
Any advice as I am thinking of ripping out the sheets in the bathroom to avoid problems down the track and having it redone by someone else?
 

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Stevieo

Royal Spin Doctor
Shut yer mooth ya wee fanny
Knob head neighbour has just suddenly decided hes not expecting a bit of the left hand side of a retired monkey signal looks good now and then I can get a bit more time in London and a bottle of pop culture references to the queens men and women in my drunken driving around with the steam room before you have invited into our sacred place.

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Complete

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Knob head neighbour has just suddenly decided hes not expecting a bit of the left hand side of a retired monkey signal looks good now and then I can get a bit more time in London and a bottle of pop culture references to the queens men and women in my drunken driving around with the steam room before you have invited into our sacred place.

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Smahed at 11:31AM?
 

Retired Spread

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Hi, I’m new to the forum and was wanting advice from experienced plasterers. We hired a plasterer and we haven’t been happy with the process and result. They’re telling me that their work is fine but I don’t think cornices are meant to look that way. The corners aren’t flush and seem rough to touch. Plasterer said it will be fine to paint over it.
Also the bathroom setting doesn’t seem finished and is very rough. My concern is we will have issues down the track with cracked tiles etc.
Any advice as I am thinking of ripping out the sheets in the bathroom to avoid problems down the track and having it redone by someone else?
I bet you saw red after seeing that.....


red sonja.gif
 

hector

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sonja are you still with us, when you report back to mr. sonja, honestly seriously rip everything off , clean and sweep the room out, have a glass of wine, and put it behind you and start again, try not to get to angry or upset about it,
hopefully jess the plasterer will turn up in this thread, she has a er chess set , ask to see it , it will cheer you up,
anyhoooooooooo post some more pictures when you get it done,
 

paulf

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No. Thats your job. You’re the type of shady c**t that sneaks into a bedroom and rifles through the knicker drawer for a pair of suspenders then has a wank with them wrapped around your wee smelly cock.
You could have kept that to yourself.
 

Stewie03

Well-Known Member
No. Thats your job. You’re the type of shady c**t that sneaks into a bedroom and rifles through the knicker drawer for a pair of suspenders then has a wank with them wrapped around your wee smelly cock.
That's what your meant to do with them then,I've been trying the bastards on instead for years
 

paulf

Well-Known Member
Shut up you stupid knob head.

See your post was so ridiculous that @Casper liked it.

Should be ashamed of yourself
Says the man who lives a perpetual state of squalor, that greyhound was probably ecstatic to be swapped for a less manky cooker than the one you already owned, so let's not talk about shame.
 

plas1

Well-Known Member
Hi, I’m new to the forum and was wanting advice from experienced plasterers. We hired a plasterer and we haven’t been happy with the process and result. They’re telling me that their work is fine but I don’t think cornices are meant to look that way. The corners aren’t flush and seem rough to touch. Plasterer said it will be fine to paint over it.
Also the bathroom setting doesn’t seem finished and is very rough. My concern is we will have issues down the track with cracked tiles etc.
Any advice as I am thinking of ripping out the sheets in the bathroom to avoid problems down the track and having it redone by someone else?
Firstly it's coving and not cornice.Secondly it's rough.
 
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