Sad c**t

#1
“On your only day off”

“When else can I do it”

Cleaning the tools lol. I got this tip on here, using bicarbonate of soda. Works well. Got a 10kg tub for £15 delivered.

If anyone didn’t know, it’s a great way to get the tools clean. Mix with water, generously, leave tools to soak. Will get some after pics tomorrow morning


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norman moss

Well-Known Member
#2
“On your only day off”

“When else can I do it”

Cleaning the tools lol. I got this tip on here, using bicarbonate of soda. Works well. Got a 10kg tub for £15 delivered.

If anyone didn’t know, it’s a great way to get the tools clean. Mix with water, generously, leave tools to soak. Will get some after pics tomorrow morning


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the hawks looks like I feel worn away
 

Gibbo

Well-Known Member
#3
Water does the same why spend 15 quid on bicarb
 
#4
Can get a tub from local shop for 69p
 
#5
Tools look like they’ve been used unless he borrowed them
 

Vincey

Private Member
#7
I been using a plastic hawk the last month or so cheap as chips and I like it

Always feel better for having clean tools some people don’t treat there tools with respect they deserve
 

LarryTheLag

Active Member
#8
I've got a cheap draper one from Amazon, pretty flexible , works well for me, easy to scrape off too

I been using a plastic hawk the last month or so cheap as chips and I like it

Always feel better for having clean tools some people don’t treat there tools with respect they deserve
 

LarryTheLag

Active Member
#9
Will be really interesting to see the mixer, my one looks like it's been through the wars

Be useful to know the ratios

“On your only day off”

“When else can I do it”

Cleaning the tools lol. I got this tip on here, using bicarbonate of soda. Works well. Got a 10kg tub for £15 delivered.

If anyone didn’t know, it’s a great way to get the tools clean. Mix with water, generously, leave tools to soak. Will get some after pics tomorrow morning


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#10
Will be really interesting to see the mixer, my one looks like it's been through the wars

Be useful to know the ratios
Couldn’t tell ya mate i just chucked couple of handfuls in. Knocked chunks off mixer n left it in bucket
 

norman moss

Well-Known Member
#17
I been using a plastic hawk the last month or so cheap as chips and I like it

Always feel better for having clean tools some people don’t treat there tools with respect they deserve
my towels are cleaned after work. dried then sprayed with wd 40 or simlier hung up in van till next day regardless of what time I finish or how f**k*d off I may feel
 

Djr

Well-Known Member
#22
That handboard wants launching in the nearest skip. Ha ha
 
#30
I sand paper my gear then soak but that must be the way forward.. it's also good for turning coke to crack
 
#31
Bit OCD with tools as well....soon as I am finished using trowel i clean it with dirty bucket then another dip into a clean bucket and clean down with cloth ...on Friday spray with WD40 ..,,.clean off on Monday morning.....all ready to go

Guy said to me at a job nice new trowel.... I said its 1 1/2 old
 

norman moss

Well-Known Member
#33
Bit OCD with tools as well....soon as I am finished using trowel i clean it with dirty bucket then another dip into a clean bucket and clean down with cloth ...on Friday spray with WD40 ..,,.clean off on Monday morning.....all ready to go

Guy said to me at a job nice new trowel.... I said its 1 1/2 old
the sign of a master craftsman
 
#34
Bit OCD with tools as well....soon as I am finished using trowel i clean it with dirty bucket then another dip into a clean bucket and clean down with cloth ...on Friday spray with WD40 ..,,.clean off on Monday morning.....all ready to go

Guy said to me at a job nice new trowel.... I said its 1 1/2 old
Lot of respect. I know it’s just laziness on my part.