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kentish plasterer
05-11-2010, 09:36 PM
im looking for a good bagged gear to feather out some coving dont ask
i was looking at easyfill i will attemped to build it up in layers sanding off each time
will not use joint cement
and did i say im up against it (time)
so I need to try and do it in a day ill post pics soon as i can then youll see what i mean

crack filler
05-11-2010, 10:01 PM
struggling to understand what you are actually doing sorry, but easyfill is great gear and you can sand it

05-11-2010, 10:15 PM
20 minute Easifill. Job done within the hour. No need to sand, just brush smooth with soft brush and water as gear goes off.

E.K Taper
06-11-2010, 01:23 AM
Easifill 20 is a good call, but why dont you post the pictures NOW so we can see what we're trying to help you with instead of guessing??????

kentish plasterer
06-11-2010, 10:33 AM
the job im on at the mo the client has put up some coving at the bottom of the sloped lid ant the top dont line up
so its off set and he now wants me too fether it in at the top sand it back ready to paint.
I think it looks **** but its what he wants and iv got loads of work coming off this job over xmas.
ill get pics soon of what i meen
just think of trying to put up coving over the window and the top of the cove dont meet the lid

E.K Taper
06-11-2010, 02:12 PM
Above the window is not a place I would recommend to cove in this type of room. You're right, it would look sh*t but if you're getting loads of work off it then just do as he wants. Easifill would do the job ok but keep telling him its sh*t when its done, in a kind of "told you so" way. Good luck !

kentish plasterer
07-11-2010, 12:29 PM
think i will keep saying it looks naff ill post pics when im doing it and when its done then please say your thorts