New range of tv for future

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Vincey

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No money in plastering then !
Did a room at newly built overseas student complex in the heart of town centre to see if they thought it was better that pin boards.
They ordered 500 bags,one for all the other rooms to be done in that one of a chain of 5 complexes.

Your right no money in plastering,especially magnetic.
 

keithuk

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Did a room at newly built overseas student complex in the heart of town centre to see if they thought it was better that pin boards.
They ordered 500 bags,one for all the other rooms to be done in that one of a chain of 5 complexes.

Your right no money in plastering,especially magnetic.
i was taking the piss more out of our Danny ,because he could not be "bothered" ,no one else my friend
 

first4magnets

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I can't tell if the t.v is magnetic or the pad behind it is..?
@first4magnets do you know
Having looked into it, the pad which is applied to the wall is the magnet, and this looks like it attracts to ferrous material on the back of the screen like a steel tape. As the screen will be very light, the weight won't be an issue but it appears that the large pad has to be applied to the wall first. We have some high power self-adhesive magnetic sheets that would do the job, two of them applied to the back of a 1200mm x 900mm noticeboard hold it securely against our magnetic plaster wall!

Matt
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Jgreenplastering

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So you got a nice 10mm tele to go on your 1920's 30's40's etc built wall and a plug that is twice the thickness of the tele!!?
That a look real good.
Or just chop the f**k out the walls and create more work for us tradesman to hide your cables and create inset shelves to hide everything just after you painted and didn't think of the above [emoji106][emoji106][emoji106][emoji106]


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