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    just hope its upto some of you guys standards!

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    ^ £60 ebay sander going on 2 years never had a problem!

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    I don't mind angled jobs if the boarding is good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TonyM View Post
    I don't mind angled jobs if the boarding is good.
    to be honest tony it wasnt that great at all. the boards had been laying in the damp house for a while when i started the boards were soggy/damp. when the joiners were sheeting the screws were popping corners breaking off etc. stressfull at the time but all good at the end.

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    Nice job after that you deserve a few nice jumbo walls!

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    nice job but must be a pain with radiators in the way.

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    nice job mate would have drooped a load of gear on that big radiator though

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    Quote Originally Posted by scottishlad2k10 View Post
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    just hope its upto some of you guys standards!
    Yea there is some pain the ass stuff on the go!! This 1 i finished today!!
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    Couple more of it! 360 spm of scaffold work!!Took more than 100 hours 2 put the tapes on and beads!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by happytaper View Post
    Nice job after that you deserve a few nice jumbo walls!
    i wish id get some jumbo walls. i see loads of you guys uploading pictures of what resembles warehouses miles of straight flat wall with decent looking boarding looks like heaven to me!

    archutects seem to be keen on all these bloody stupid angles now i dont know why but. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by jase hag View Post
    nice job but must be a pain with radiators in the way.
    i can never win. there is always obsticles. be it rads already fitted. dampness or flatpack kitchens all over the show. theres always something nothing is ever straight forward.

    people dont realise shifting shite like kitchens flatpacks..... hundreds of boxes from one room to another then back and forward is time taking. why isnt the kitchen and bathrooms the lastttttt things to come onto the job? instead of it being in everyones way?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beermonster View Post
    Couple more of it! 360 spm of scaffold work!!Took more than 100 hours 2 put the tapes on and beads!!
    looks like a good job beermonster. im tempted to ditch the painting and hit the taping full time its a bit quicker than f*nnying about painting in tape sand out getting sick of being on the same job for ages. just needa find a decent guy to get a start with someone whos neat and reliable cant stand working for people who stand yapping all day. go for materials and come out half an hour later get to the job and the motivation is gone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beermonster View Post
    Couple more of it! 360 spm of scaffold work!!Took more than 100 hours 2 put the tapes on and beads!!
    Very neat work buddy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beermonster View Post
    Couple more of it! 360 spm of scaffold work!!Took more than 100 hours 2 put the tapes on and beads!!
    verry neat work!! looks like a fairly decent job. big place? looks like your a machine taper? wish i could afford these toys! lol

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    Nice work Scottishlad, I agree its a pain in the a*se havin radiators on and half a fkn kitchen in! I 1st coated a house last friday and turned up on the monday morning and there was a kitchen delivered and a joiner standing next to a pile of pre-finished doors saying "I thought you were finished" !!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beermonster View Post
    Couple more of it! 360 spm of scaffold work!!Took more than 100 hours 2 put the tapes on and beads!!
    Nice job, Vanman!

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    Quote Originally Posted by scottishlad2k10 View Post
    verry neat work!! looks like a fairly decent job. big place? looks like your a machine taper? wish i could afford these toys! lol
    Yea chief machine taper!! Yea its a big place took 2 days 2 sand with 2 of us!!! 5m high ceilings and stuff like that 360 spm floor area hight ranging from 2.4m up to 5m which was not good fun!!

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