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    One word RESPECT (to all you processionals) I started the job today and what a nightmare. after a day faffing about i seem to have a method that works. my first problems started with probably the wrong mix but after trial and error I believe I have it. Building my own house i have done plenty of different types of work from building walls, tiling and underfloor heating but I will say this little job seemed to be the trickiest to date.
    You may laugh at the caulk but that was the advice I was given ze Germans and Poles seem to use it to. I have used it before but the shrinkage makes it a nightmare for decent finishes so did not want to use it here.
    I would have posted pictures of my results so far but you would only take the PI** so I havent.
    ah well see what tomorrow brings, me thinks expert by the end of the week (year). Oh and I have never done building work before or am I in the trade. just wanted to do it once and see how it goes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steved View Post
    One word RESPECT (to all you processionals) I started the job today and what a nightmare. after a day faffing about i seem to have a method that works. my first problems started with probably the wrong mix but after trial and error I believe I have it. Building my own house i have done plenty of different types of work from building walls, tiling and underfloor heating but I will say this little job seemed to be the trickiest to date.
    You may laugh at the caulk but that was the advice I was given ze Germans and Poles seem to use it to. I have used it before but the shrinkage makes it a nightmare for decent finishes so did not want to use it here.
    I would have posted pictures of my results so far but you would only take the PI** so I havent.
    ah well see what tomorrow brings, me thinks expert by the end of the week (year). Oh and I have never done building work before or am I in the trade. just wanted to do it once and see how it goes.
    hahaha sounds like your having fun,wait till you come to the sanding,now that is fun lol.as long as you dont leave any big lumps of stuff on the walls you will get there,good luck.

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