Just joined.

#1
Hello all you spreads, I've been in the Damp proofing side of the trade for ever, 38 years.
I enjoy reading some of this stuff, some of it cracks me up, some of it makes me think, is there something i could still learn? At my age i would probably forget anyway.
Still working 6 days a week.
If i can help anyone, try me.
 

vfr12

Well-Known Member
#2
Nice! Welcome!
Damp proofing sometimes is the wettest topping on here. I am glad we have an official expert at last. I can tell you now- there will be some laughter :)
 

Danny

Administrator
#5
Hello all you spreads, I've been in the Damp proofing side of the trade for ever, 38 years.
I enjoy reading some of this stuff, some of it cracks me up, some of it makes me think, is there something i could still learn? At my age i would probably forget anyway.
Still working 6 days a week.
If i can help anyone, try me.
Welcome along :D
 

Marshy

Private Member
#10
Hello all you spreads, I've been in the Damp proofing side of the trade for ever, 38 years.
I enjoy reading some of this stuff, some of it cracks me up, some of it makes me think, is there something i could still learn? At my age i would probably forget anyway.
Still working 6 days a week.
If i can help anyone, try me.
Welcome along every day is a school day we learn (or should) as arrogance is not a good trait any milf pics by the way?
 

Dropsalot

Private Member
#13
Welcome mate.
Question. .... when faced with a small damp patch with definite odour, what is the correct procedure for tackling it?
Do we do our best to fully uncover it, do we touch it to gauge the dampness, should we monitor it to see if it gets wetter.......or should we leave well alone?
 

Vincey

Private Member
#18
Welcome along is it true water can travel veriticaly up walls through bricks ?
Every time I have a shower the water goes down
 
#20
Welcome mate.
Question. .... when faced with a small damp patch with definite odour, what is the correct procedure for tackling it?
Do we do our best to fully uncover it, do we touch it to gauge the dampness, should we monitor it to see if it gets wetter.......or should we leave well alone?
If its hairy lick it!