when is the best time to get on it ? Straight afta layi g on ? Or let it pick up ?
Are you that much of a gimp your gonna make off topic comments about something you could of checked first? I am a Manchester United fan and guess what? I am from Manchester so what joke or put down are you going to come out with now? The topic is Speedskim but as your probably a two bit, working for someone else and making them rich shite plasterer you probably cant afford one let alone ever used one.
You resort to insults on a forum that is designed for real plasterers with real questions and more importantly real experiences of tools and plastering products, you spend too much time on your phone sitting around having a laugh with your nob head mates. Get a grip mate, learn about what you want to comment on and if you dont know something .... Ask me.
Hi mate - just talking to Danny about posting our 'How To' guides so members like yourself can be directed to them when they have a question. The golden rule is to Speedskim over the plaster straight after application. The soft PVC blade reduces the amount of water brought to the surface. This reduction in surface moisture then allows the second coat to go on straight away. Once second coat has been applied - then Speedskim over straight away.
The plaster then sits nicely and you will find you're not having to rush around as much. This is what customers regularly feed back to us..
Let it pick up and finish using your preferred methods.
Hope this is helpful.. if you do have any queries and would like to talk to us please give us a call on 0845 6000 227
Scott, any progress with the new finishing blade??
Will the new blade fit the existing or will you have to buy a new unit?