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    Thumbs up Thanks to Crack Filler


    Many thanks to you and Steve for giving us a hand today mate, much appreciated


    (he moved when I took the photo, his mate said thats the first time he's moved all day)




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    No worries Brian, always a pleasre never a chore. lol
    To be honest mate it is nice to get off house bashing now and again.

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    Crack filler...No pan..No hawk.. Just a 6 and trowel?? I've seen guys that use that method .it has always impressed me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by moore View Post
    Crack filler...No pan..No hawk.. Just a 6 and trowel?? I've seen guys that use that method .it has always impressed me.
    a 4 and a trowel, we do use BTE corner flushers but there were only 3 internals, and thanks for the compliment

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    Anyway I'm the blurry one so obviously doing all the work lol.

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    Yeah you just couldn't stay still! What make of cement you using there guys? Doesnt look like BG to me. Sheetrock?

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    Quote Originally Posted by crack filler View Post
    a 4 and a trowel, we do use BTE corner flushers but there were only 3 internals, and thanks for the compliment
    That's how the French Canadians do it over here, they mostly do jobs like the one your doing (commercial)

    They will throw a bucket of mud, roll of tape, trowel and knife on a scissors lift, and they were set for the rest of the day.

    I'm lost without my hawk, but !!!! if for some reason, I left my hawk on another job or something, It's called, "let's do it like the french" , it takes some talent to do it that way

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    is that usg ready mixed compound you are jointing with there,whats it like and where did you get it from?doing a nice tidy job,keep up the good work boys.

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    Hiya we were actually topping with knauf, not my favourite but still works well, think we require different things from our joint cement when hand jointing.

    2buck really no talent involved just a different skill to a hawk, you carry it around where as we kick a bucket of gear around.

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