Speedskim on sand and cement render

What's better for use on sand and cement rendering?

  • Speedskim

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Feather edge

    Votes: 17 100.0%

  • Total voters
    17
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bigdave33

New Member
hi does any body know if the new speedskim is any good for use on sand and cement renders or should I just stick with my darby and feather edge?
 

brimplas1

Well-Known Member
Feather edge for me..... also like to use my 600mm refina spat in small areas I can't get with my feather edge....
 

Kippax

Member
I use a derby or featheredge .but I prefer to use bullnose skirting that's straight.
It opens the render up and leaves a better key and makes it go in nicer
 

irish_spread

Private Member
Why would anyone in their right mind destroy a £40 bit of plastic designed to flatten skimrather than using a straight edge designed for render ?
It's like "does anyone on here use £50 notes to clean up spills? "
I give up
 

malc

TPF Special Forces
featheredge, we often turn the featheredge over and and rule on the back edge to leave the render open , to let air dry it quicker.
 

johniosaif

Private Member
Why would anyone in their right mind destroy a £40 bit of plastic designed to flatten skimrather than using a straight edge designed for render ?
It's like "does anyone on here use £50 notes to clean up spills? "
I give up
You will see videos on YouTube with speed skim on external render
 

Arti

Well-Known Member
i use my s*p*r*lex.......................its like a pool table when im finished...................flat as fewk
 

The Apprentice

Well-Known Member
I don't do much rendering TBH but I tried the speedskim on a small area and maybe it was because it was wet but I found it ruled it of very well.
 

Arti

Well-Known Member
erm.................................................the erm..................................divvnt nah............................o_O
 
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