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thebearbeef

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We rented a lock up recently and when we were moving all the shite we've ammased out of my garage must have put the darby in there also....so i tried using my 1200 speed skim on a few bags of browing (haven't used browning in years always use hardwall) and it was dead on.

It wasn't massive areas just 4 bags but it actually ruled it off great, thought it'd be to flexible. Anyone else used one for floating up?
 

thebearbeef

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Got my eye on one of the H bar rules that @Plasterers1StopShop do, seen it in the shop the other day and keep thinking it'd be nicer to use than a straight edge but i'm a bit stuck in my ways with that. My ocd is telling me the round bit on the end would get gobbed up to quick
 

Cornelius

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Got my eye on one of the H bar rules that @Plasterers1StopShop do, seen it in the shop the other day and keep thinking it'd be nicer to use than a straight edge but i'm a bit stuck in my ways with that. My ocd is telling me the round bit on the end would get gobbed up to quick
I've got the putz 1.2 h section rule, very good better than a Darby. Quite reasonable price aswell.
 

Cornelius

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Just had a look myself! Your looking at the ergo h shape rule with the red caps, I've got the one beneath, h section. I spend too much time browsing that site.
 

Garethharrison80

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Yeah the h section is the one i seen in the shop where the blade is rounded at the end isn't it
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These ones??



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Djr

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We rented a lock up recently and when we were moving all the shite we've ammased out of my garage must have put the darby in there also....so i tried using my 1200 speed skim on a few bags of browing (haven't used browning in years always use hardwall) and it was dead on.

It wasn't massive areas just 4 bags but it actually ruled it off great, thought it'd be to flexible. Anyone else used one for floating up?
 
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