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imago

Private Member
#1
We'll be trying out a 'new' product/manufacturer tomorrow. Well, when I say we, I mean @Nisus will, an NHL insulating plaster. Lee may well do a @Vincey and be spamming promoting it.

Apparently Heritage plasterers are like thoroughbred horses, and don't do heavy work so that they are fresh for the artisan tasks. This is him supervising me shifting the plaster into the house for him.

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Nicm

Well-Known Member
#2
We'll be trying out a 'new' product/manufacturer tomorrow. Well, when I say we, I mean @Nisus will, an NHL insulating plaster. Lee may well do a @Vincey and be spamming promoting it.

Apparently Heritage plasterers are like thoroughbred horses, and don't do heavy work so that they are fresh for the artisan tasks. This is him supervising me shifting the plaster into the house for him.

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I hope your treating him well,good plasterers are hard to get.:sisi:
 

Gibbo

Well-Known Member
#3
We'll be trying out a 'new' product/manufacturer tomorrow. Well, when I say we, I mean @Nisus will, an NHL insulating plaster. Lee may well do a @Vincey and be spamming promoting it.

Apparently Heritage plasterers are like thoroughbred horses, and don't do heavy work so that they are fresh for the artisan tasks. This is him supervising me shifting the plaster into the house for him.

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How it should be
 

JessThePlasterer

Queen Jess Elizabeth I
#4
Is this finishing plaster? Does it have to go after something else? How is skim insulating? This is all too much! :frenetico:
 

imago

Private Member
#7
Is this finishing plaster? Does it have to go after something else? How is skim insulating? This is all too much! :frenetico:
As @Gibbo says, it's a backing plaster. Basically a modern version of the hairy stuff for years gone by. However, apparently it can be closed in and sponge finished if you don't want to top coat it. I'm sure @Nisus will be able to answer the plasterer type questions once he's fcuked about with tried it tomorrow. (y)
 

JessThePlasterer

Queen Jess Elizabeth I
#9
As @Gibbo says, it's a backing plaster. Basically a modern version of the hairy stuff for years gone by. However, apparently it can be closed in and sponge finished if you don't want to top coat it. I'm sure @Nisus will be able to answer the plasterer type questions once he's fcuked about with tried it tomorrow. (y)
I’m soooo tempted to f**k off what I’m doing and hit the motorway.....
 

JessThePlasterer

Queen Jess Elizabeth I
#12
This is all so sudden. :chica: I'm flattered, but think of your poor new husband.
My poor husband treated me to “date night/evening”...
Rocked up to where I’m working and announced ‘I’m taking you home you scruffy oink!’ Went to the pub where he farted on a bench we were sharing with strangers and loudly blamed me! When I told him I was giving his date evening a score of 1 he replied ‘welcome to marriage, enjoy!’

He’s very lucky that I have the sense of humour of a 12 year old and freakishly find this s**t funny!
 
#14
i saw other day on linkesin someone has rendered a house in that gear then silicone topped it. didnt think the two could mix
 

imago

Private Member
#15
i saw other day on linkesin someone has rendered a house in that gear then silicone topped it. didnt think the two could mix
Why the fcuk would you do that? The main benefit of it is that it's breathable.
 

Olican

Bum Fisting Club
#17
Lee looks well, havent seen him this fit since the 'Ice bucket challenge' of 2016. :musculoso:





..black marker pen abs pmsl
 

imago

Private Member
#19
What are you going to finish with on top of it?
I'm not sure if we are going to use anything. It depends on the finish this gives TBH as they want a fairly open grainy texture. So I suppose it'll come down to how soft it is when it's fully cured, then make the call.

Lee's going to do some panels over the next couple of days, then he's off to rip off an old lady or two for a couple of weeks. By the time he's back to it on this job we'll know if it needs a top coat.
 
#21
‘l*m*-g***n’ do one like that. It’s got tiny balls in it that insulate. I topped that with putty. It was [email protected] to work with compared to haired hydraulic, I wonder if this ones better.
 

Nisus

Elite Member
#25
As @Gibbo says, it's a backing plaster. Basically a modern version of the hairy stuff for years gone by. However, apparently it can be closed in and sponge finished if you don't want to top coat it. I'm sure @Nisus will be able to answer the plasterer type questions once he's fcuked about with tried it tomorrow. (y)
Top coat :wtf: this was never mentioned over our ploughmans and beer at the pub earlier and it wasn't in our heritage contract, I told you I'm a onecoat specialist :inocente:
 

Vincey

Private Member
#29
I’m looking forward to this review, the bags look good and the plasterer too
Tbh I’d try sponge finish if it says that’s ok on the bag
 

Nisus

Elite Member
#30
I’m looking forward to this review, the bags look good and the plasterer too
Tbh I’d try sponge finish if it says that’s ok on the bag
Oi back off i'm the poster boy for this new product, don't get stepping on my toes or you'll regret it fam :LOL::hueco:


P.s don't care what it says on the bag it's getting sponged ;):sisi:
 

JessThePlasterer

Queen Jess Elizabeth I
#31
@maltman777

Would you like to explain why you disagree or dislike everything I’ve said on this post? You must feel quite strongly about this product and have some solid opinions on it? (And on me having a laugh with Si in the pub?)
 

Nisus

Elite Member
#33
@maltman777

Would you like to explain why you disagree or dislike everything I’ve said on this post? You must feel quite strongly about this product and have some solid opinions on it? (And on me having a laugh with Si in the pub?)
Is he picking on you Jess?
He better not be picking on our Jess :mad: oh dear big maltstake that is... I mean mistake :hueco: