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Sitemonkey

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Got asked to lay q20 .try of it . Here's a few pictures of it finished what me and are kid paved
 

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I couldn't give a fuk pal it's sticks like s**t to a blanket with the slurry mix . The way everyone does it clever b*ll***s
Calm down/ customer pays, get the right gear ...
Them kits are shjte for porcelain 5mm spacers and a spot on bed of s/c screed. There's always some bellend on here overcomplicating the easiest of things
Use them ,on large format tiles & tell me they are still shite .

Aww these I can recommend too
 
Calm down/ customer pays, get the right gear ...

Use them ,on large format tiles & tell me they are still shite .

Aww these I can recommend too

There 120 mtrs down of it on that job and not one has buddged or rocked . So stay of you tube and show us few pictures of your handwork eh . Till then fuk off you bellend
 
The only reason I'd buy that premixed stuff is if I was on my jax or it was a really warm day.

It sits for longer in the bucket


I don't think you can beat freshly mixed ronafix slurry


I'd have money on it!


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The only reason I'd buy that premixed stuff is if I was on my jax or it was a really warm day.

It sits for longer in the bucket


I don't think you can beat freshly mixed ronafix slurry


I'd have money on it!


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Isn't Ronafix just SBR?
Long time since I've used it, but I'm sure they smelt exactly the same?
 
Isn't Ronafix just SBR?
Long time since I've used it, but I'm sure they smelt exactly the same?


Yes mate


Just more concentrated

Like 52% + solids content,

Some are as low as 30%



Just works better for me

Creamier, good bucket life and better adhesion and what's noticeable on thin slurries is its waterproofness.


Bloody dear though.



Other than that I like sika sbr (and cementone isn't bad among others.)
 
Yes mate


Just more concentrated

Like 52% + solids content,

Some are as low as 30%



Just works better for me

Creamier, good bucket life and better adhesion and what's noticeable on thin slurries is its waterproofness.


Bloody dear though.



Other than that I like sika sbr (and cementone isn't bad among others.)
Sika is what we used ut that daft f**k*r 000 knows better
 
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