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spunky

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Big thanks to Andy, Ryan and all the lads at pft, we must have spent the best part of 4 hours going back through the operation of the machine, had our Genny fixed on site, a hose cut down to more usable lengths a good look around the training facilities etc which look spot on they've got a whole room with windows, doors, facias, a fake roof so you know where you learn how to add profiles to extend the roof line etc
Got offered loads of cups of coffee had a chance to look at a hot knife which cuts profiles into board and had a look at some cracking beads for external render there very rigid and have got a very thin arris so its a lot less noticable with white beads for different coloured render at a very good price ask Ryan
p.s anyone looking at the metal s*p*r*lex trowel ****** sell have a look at the one Ryan's selling you can barely feel them in you're hand light as fook
sorry if this sounds a bit grovelling but credit where credits due we felt very looked after cheers
 
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spunky

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A couple of bits mate yeah tbh we were just relieved to come away a bit more hopefull the next spray might go a bit better
Thank **** I didn't take my credit card!
 

keithuk

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A couple of bits mate yeah tbh we were just relieved to come away a bit more hopefull the next spray might go a bit better
Thank **** I didn't take my credit card!
I had to have a refresher on my machine in the early days ,when i came back from it i was far more confident about the whole thing ,but if it keeps raining you might forget it all and have to go back :RpS_wink: , best of luck and great back up from the team :RpS_thumbup:
 

Plasterers1StopShop

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Hi Guys,

Keith, all tapes are now in.

Trowels are called EZE Flex trowels. Still waiting for our website to go live, they will be on there then


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spunky

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There exactly the same chemo but half the weight, they've got the super flex plazitrowel handle which probably makes it lighter, good trowels bit gutted I bought the ****** one
 

scottie5

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There exactly the same chemo but half the weight, they've got the super flex plazitrowel handle which probably makes it lighter, good trowels bit gutted I bought the ****** one
What size are they available in @spunky I thought the biggest they do was a 13" or have they bigger?.
 
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Plasterers1StopShop

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All in stock guys, 13.5" is the biggest we do. Looking at getting a 16" done in the future, shouldn't be too far away


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plasterjfe

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Get the 18 inch no point in any smaller. Your gonna be flattening or trowelin up not Layin on so get as big as you can
 

stan83

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I was wondering what is better pft powercoat or m-tec100? Have somebody got experience and can give me advice?
 

plasterjfe

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It's a perfect size in between 13-14" it's what 99 percent of plasterers use

Good Size for lay on but the art of the s*p*r*lex is trowellin up. Your not gonna save any time with a 13 the idea being an 18 inch for fast flattening and trowelling.

Most prob use 13inch ss marshalltown for laying on with
 

Gibbo

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You should always flatten with the same size as what you put on with not everything is flat
 

plasterjfe

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You should always flatten with the same size as what you put on with not everything is flat

Ive always used a bigger size for trowelling up mate simply because a smaller trowel pushing gear is easier on the joints but I can trowel up a room twice as quick with a bigger trowel once its all on.
Final trowel back with 13.
Never had a prob.

How do u like your new manager
 

Plasterers1StopShop

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We have just had a sample 16" come into us. It has a steel bracket as opposed to the Carbon Fibre the other sizes have, this is only down to strength etc. It also has a very nice wooden handle.

Who wants to be my test man? Please also pass it round a few of the lads if you can?
 

johniosaif

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We have just had a sample 16" come into us. It has a steel bracket as opposed to the Carbon Fibre the other sizes have, this is only down to strength etc. It also has a very nice wooden handle.

Who wants to be my test man? Please also pass it round a few of the lads if you can?
I can test and share with any London spreads
 

Plasterers1StopShop

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Have you used one of these before mate? We are looking for someone who has used our 'competitors' etc so we can see if it needs to be re-designed in anyway. Confident it is perfect though... :RpS_thumbsup:
 
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