Nela s*p*r*lex Review

Olican

Private Member
My Laptop has died so Ive not been on much or had a chance to post my review of the Nela s*p*r*lex. Here is my my first impression, excuse the poor video quality and weird accent.
[video=youtube_share;Gi5v62ySk-8]http://youtu.be/Gi5v62ySk-8[/video]
 

Olican

Private Member
You won't understand a word of this then :RpS_unsure:


[video=youtube_share;hy4oFRpiVF8]http://youtu.be/hy4oFRpiVF8[/video]
 

windy

Private Member
Nice vid mate. Almost like a real advert... everyine sayi ng they are good but how are they significantly different from the refina s*p*r*lex which i already have
 

essexandy

The Lake Governor
@Olican nice vids mate and honestly don't worry if someone from Suffolk doesn't understand you, the only thing I didn't understand was trowelling up and then running a little brush over what you've just trowelled smooth:confused:
 
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Sodbuster

New Member
@Olican nice vids mate and honestly don't worry if someone from Suffolk doesn't understand you, the only thing I didn't understand was trowelling up and then running a little brush over what you've just trowelled smooth:confused:
I also do this... It finishes off the angles nicely after all the troweling is done.
nice videos by the way !!!
 

Olican

Private Member
I remember the old angle brushing debate coming up once before, not sure if it's personal preference or training. I find a small brush finishes the angle nicely. Be interesting to start a poll to see how many brush /don't brush.


I use the term interesting very loosely there. :RpS_unsure:
 

scottie5

Private Member
I always brush the angles when the plaster is green, wet the brush well as rid off the trowel marks.

Then trowel the brush marks out, then brush the trowel marks out, and then......err ryan buy a decent angle tool and stop brushing your angles mate. Your not that northern.
 
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