Jimbob the plasterer



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Does anyone know how to prevent Carlite bonding from going off so quickly in mixing bucket. One min it's fine. Then the next it's solid in the bucket.
 

Danny

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Does anyone know how to prevent Carlite bonding from going off so quickly in mixing bucket. One min it's fine. Then the next it's solid in the bucket.
I have never used carlite bonding... That is old stuff
 

Mouldyoldspudgun

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Are you using dirty water or dirty buckets, bonding always used to go off pretty damn quick in the mixing trays but it seems a lot better now, to me anyway. Had to wash your shovel pretty much every gauge
 
#6
have you checked use by dates on bags?
have you checked use by dates on bags?
Are you using dirty water or dirty buckets, bonding always used to go off pretty damn quick in the mixing trays but it seems a lot better now, to me anyway. Had to wash your shovel pretty much every gauge
No mate. I'm not using dirty water or dirty bucket. This is why I can't understand why it's happening.