Plastic Beads with S&C

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Arti

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Does anyone use the with S&C? or is it a no,no??

Thanks In advance for your kind replies..................:RpS_thumbsup:
 

johniosaif

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hate them, use stainless all the time,much stronger straighter, less inclined to go all over the place, you can get them for as little as £2.50 each
 

spunky

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hate them, use stainless all the time,much stronger straighter, less inclined to go all over the place, you can get them for as little as £2.50 each
Rubbish there a rip off you have to nail them plastics a lot straighter and more rigid
 

spunky

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Sorry I should have said a plastic bead does the same job at a quarter of the price which is very economical considering the Irish are skint and on the verge of bankruptcy
 

johniosaif

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Sorry I should have said a plastic bead does the same job at a quarter of the price which is very economical considering the Irish are skint and on the verge of bankruptcy
We got six billion of your lot, thanks, appreciated it, great paddy's day though.
 

user__removed

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plastic all day long, they guarantee the thickness of the material being applied, easier to cut, easier to install and easier on the pocket plus they are made from recycled materials.
 
Av got to say plastic all day long on this 1, Much beter to use and u get no corostion on the bead. Diff colours avalible when using a coloured render system aswell. Cant remember the last time i brought a ss bead. @johniosaif i see ur point pal and i agree to disagree but am with the boys on this 1 :RpS_thumbsup:
 
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flynnyman

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Yep plastic all day long main reason they are a lot easier to store in the van or outside without getting damaged.
 

johniosaif

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We were doing a house in 2006' ten lengths of corniche in a room, one of the carpenters was seen walking on the corniche , my brother said why are you walking on the corniche, he replied that everyone had been.
 

keithuk

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We were doing a house in 2006' ten lengths of corniche in a room, one of the carpenters was seen walking on the corniche , my brother said why are you walking on the corniche, he replied that everyone had been.
Were you kind enough to open the window John ,before you throw him out ,or was it a bit of a rush :RpS_sneaky::RpS_lol:
 

johniosaif

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Were you kind enough to open the window John ,before you throw him out ,or was it a bit of a rush :RpS_sneaky::RpS_lol:
He was a lump, niceladbut goes to show the mentality of people who do not pay for materials. A head shaker, we do mention it now and then,
 
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