Sharp internals

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LTJ

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Seen lads on videos using what looks like a small black plastic putty knife or scraper to get sharp as fuuck intervals, have any of you lads got any idea where they get them from?
 

Vincey

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Seen lads on videos using what looks like a small black plastic putty knife or scraper to get sharp as fuuck intervals, have any of you lads got any idea where they get them from?
Wonder if it’s the marshalltown adjustable
They are a great tool
 

LTJ

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Wonder if it’s the marshalltown adjustable
They are a great tool
They look a good tool but what I’ve seen these lads using looks like a putty knife except it’s a black plastic with holes in the handle, shite description I know but the internals look very very sharp and clean from using them
 

smoother09

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Don’t do to good of a job remember the better you finish the less decorator has to do and he probably earns more than you :sorprendido3:
 

Stewie03

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The sharpest internals are when you do opposites. Absolutely no question. I've had no end of comments about it over the years.
That's how I was taught when I was an apprentice to plaster the opposites,I do it every now and again but as I got older and quicker and can put more gear on I started using the twitcher but I agree the best internals are when doing opposite walls
 

Complete

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Seen lads on videos using what looks like a small black plastic putty knife or scraper to get sharp as fuuck intervals, have any of you lads got any idea where they get them from?
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Was it this? It’s the dogs
 

Complete

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their intended use is for splayed angles and forming a radius but, I think they are more of a jointing tool really
They’re good for the angle on a double barrelled ceiling. I’ve not used them for internals myself, just thought that might have been what the op was referring too
 

LTJ

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They’re good for the angle on a double barrelled ceiling. I’ve not used them for internals myself, just thought that might have been what the op was referring too
Not that no but cheers mate (y) I think I’ll just stick to Twitching early on and then trowelling out which gets them looking sharp aswell or try the twitching once near set
 
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