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    G tec smart mix or speedline ready mix, smartmix is brilliant to work with and to sand down but i find speedline is good aswell and a bit cheaper

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    Quote Originally Posted by sq ames taper View Post
    G tec smart mix or speedline ready mix, smartmix is brilliant to work with and to sand down but i find speedline is good aswell and a bit cheaper
    How much are you paying for speed line?

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    Correct me if i'm wrong, but isn't Speedline just that Sheetrock blue top soft crap, re-tubbed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TonyM View Post
    Correct me if i'm wrong, but isn't Speedline just that Sheetrock blue top soft crap, re-tubbed?
    If he likes it so what...?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jase hag View Post
    How much are you paying for speed line?

    im not sure how much speedline is Jase but a subby i work for says its cheeper than g tec, im getting gtec for about 18 a tub

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    Quote Originally Posted by TonyM View Post
    Correct me if i'm wrong, but isn't Speedline just that Sheetrock blue top soft crap, re-tubbed?
    i will correct you Tony, its nothing like sheetrock and whats wrong with sheetrock anyway?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sq ames taper View Post
    i will correct you Tony, its nothing like sheetrock and whats wrong with sheetrock anyway?
    The blue top is soft as...... and has no guts for coating beads. It is too easily damaged whilst sanding.
    We are paying 13.20 for G-tec Smartmix Extra

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    Quote Originally Posted by TonyM View Post
    The blue top is soft as...... and has no guts for coating beads. It is too easily damaged whilst sanding.
    We are paying 13.20 for G-tec Smartmix Extra
    thats a fantastic price Tony, i thought i was doing ok at 18

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    Quote Originally Posted by sq ames taper View Post
    thats a fantastic price Tony, i thought i was doing ok at 18
    Bought some today and it's gone up 4% to 13.72 ex-vat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TonyM View Post
    Correct me if i'm wrong, but isn't Speedline just that Sheetrock blue top soft crap, re-tubbed?
    Sounds like Knauf Tony, its in the blue top tubs, its also too soft. oh and its crap as well

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