marmorit presto

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wiganlad

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Just won two houses to be complete using presto. I'm just reading through the data sheet and it suggests to use a d63 r/s, is this a necessity or can a use a 43. Cheers
 

Rigsby

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Depends. mc Plaster will know and Gibbo.

Enewall is slow apparently even on a hot summers day. So maybe take advice off those that have used it.
 

Rigsby

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We are early birds but after masking up, sheeting up and setting up it is 2 hours after we arrive before we spray.

Tempers flair before we start. Bloody domestic jobs!
 

plasterjfe

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If we spray late this time of year we wet down the block and get a first pass on that deals with the suction in the block then the second one sits nicely over night. Finish the spray at 5 ish

@Jrend is doing overnight at the mo like this with monorex see what times he is spraying.
 

Rigsby

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If it is overnight I spray 3 hrs before it goes dark. 2 hrs or there abouts spraying, 1/2 an hour cleaning up and 1/2 an hour in case the machine packs up and we have to use the whisk.
 

User___removed

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I sprayed monorex today and forgot to pick up excelorator.on by 10.30 finished by 7.
From now on I'm using webers for same day which is a dead cert to finish by 5.i really like oatex but to slow for same day for me
 
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