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    Default Some nice big walls for a change.


    Jase Hag and I are doing a job together at the moment. Probably a couple of thousand metres by the time we're finished.



    Did you realise you were on the overhang Jase, or was that why your ass was twitching?


    That's one coat of Johnstones Drylining Paint to finish. Covers great.

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    No machines then Tony?

    Looks a nice job to do

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian S View Post
    No machines then Tony?

    Looks a nice job to do
    Joint filler by hand and then 10" & 12" boxed the uprights. The long butt joint was done by hand as we weren't going to try and box that.
    2nd photo was 2 coated with joint filler when taken and finished with cement. Had to do it quickly as shop was open.

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    good pictures buddy and yes my ass was twitching.lol

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    Nice work as normal you two. Did you have to do it at night or could you get on it daytime

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    Quote Originally Posted by crack filler View Post
    Nice work as normal you two. Did you have to do it at night or could you get on it daytime
    We went in at the weekend, but only because we are busy on out own jobs during the week. There was only the one bit above the shop area that we finished before they opened on Sunday. The rest won't be occupied for a while. We are leaving it for weekends.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TonyM View Post
    We went in at the weekend, but only because we are busy on out own jobs during the week. There was only the one bit above the shop area that we finished before they opened on Sunday. The rest won't be occupied for a while. We are leaving it for weekends.
    i think we are going to be busy on this one for a few weekends yet mate.we may have to do the showroom area in the furniture section,fingers crossed.

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