The only way it can fail is if it does not stick in the first place. once the plaster is dry the tape is held in an inert state. It will not shell off as some fear, in the same way plaster does not shell of smooth plastic or metal beads. Thanks for the advice though. The other thing is i am penny less and so it would be pointless trying to claim against me.I hope you are giving instructions on use of the tape and tests to be carried out to ensure that you do not get an claims for plaster work having to be re- done.
It cost BG a lot of money when their no PVA Plaster failed a couple of years ago.
“The law says I’m entitled to be paid damages when a faulty item causes damage.”
You need a disclaimer, not to use if does not take to background, they are making better quality idiots every year.
If it sell and you make some money good luck to you.
People always by things they do not need. Especially my wife
Cushions on the bed, which I have to take off every night.
Curtains pelmets and tie backs
20 pairs shoes
Hand cream, face cream, body cream
False nails, nail painting
Tablets to clean the dish washer not the dishes the f**king machine
Designer hand bags
Kitchen pelmet lights
Without all that s**t from the middle aisle in Lidl
Which part did you mean genuinely?I hope you sell enough, at a high enough price, to cover all your setup costs as I don't believe that there will be many people making regular repeat orders.
And I mean that genuinely, even though you're one of the most annoying forum members of all time.
Are you a ltd company so we can spy on your profits?I was told I couldn't get my idea to a working proto type.
I was told I couldn't get it made without ordering huge amounts.
I was told I couldn't get it protected without a patent solicitor.
I was told I needed to pay a fortune to market it.
I was told I couldn't do my own logo
I was told it wouldn't work
I was told nobody would buy it
Now I am being told I won't get repeat orders. Would you bet against me Punk?