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    Quote Originally Posted by thomas.savage View Post
    umm must be just me that quotes based on 2m of walls and ceilings lol. funny but in 20 years i never once had any drywall contractor of builder ask for a price based on the floor 2m.
    never been to the job center other than to try and hire some one. why would you think i am talking shit or am away with the fairys.. what part of any thing i have ever said on here do you think is a lie lol 50-60 pound an hour is what i earn.. nothing compared to you though lol. doing a row of timber framed 3 bed 3 storys nasty slopes they are about 360 2m (wall and ceilings not the floor i dont screed) plus 40 extra for floor treads spent 6 hours in it today got 3 hours left tomorrow plus 2hours to rub... you do the math fucktard.
    Yeh, "savage says" is back! The forum is interesting again .........oh forgot must contct belmore about trying freemans, anyone compared it to arrow?

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    Quote Originally Posted by thomas.savage View Post
    umm must be just me that quotes based on 2m of walls and ceilings lol. funny but in 20 years i never once had any drywall contractor of builder ask for a price based on the floor 2m.
    never been to the job center other than to try and hire some one. why would you think i am talking shit or am away with the fairys.. what part of any thing i have ever said on here do you think is a lie lol 50-60 pound an hour is what i earn.. nothing compared to you though lol. doing a row of timber framed 3 bed 3 storys nasty slopes they are about 360 2m (wall and ceilings not the floor i dont screed) plus 40 extra for floor treads spent 6 hours in it today got 3 hours left tomorrow plus 2hours to rub... you do the math fucktard.
    Who the f*ck is speaking about screeding floors?
    Goood for u if u earn that but u just come on here and slate every1!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    And what the f*ck is 360 2m?????????????????????????????

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcfc View Post
    Yeh, "savage says" is back! The forum is interesting again .........oh forgot must contct belmore about trying freemans, anyone compared it to arrow?
    It's better!

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    Quote Originally Posted by thomas.savage View Post
    umm must be just me that quotes based on 2m of walls and ceilings lol. funny but in 20 years i never once had any drywall contractor of builder ask for a price based on the floor 2m.
    never been to the job center other than to try and hire some one. why would you think i am talking shit or am away with the fairys.. what part of any thing i have ever said on here do you think is a lie lol 50-60 pound an hour is what i earn.. nothing compared to you though lol. doing a row of timber framed 3 bed 3 storys nasty slopes they are about 360 2m (wall and ceilings not the floor i dont screed) plus 40 extra for floor treads spent 6 hours in it today got 3 hours left tomorrow plus 2hours to rub... you do the math fucktard.
    And when did u last c a ceiling at 2m?????

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    I like some one who speaks his mind but it must not be offensive or personal BTW I still manage 35-40 p/hr on my cheap rates but that of course is gross by the time you take out traveling wear and tear on tools and of course the price of materials then its a different story.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillon View Post
    I like some one who speaks his mind but it must not be offensive or personal BTW I still manage 35-40 p/hr on my cheap rates but that of course is gross by the time you take out traveling wear and tear on tools and of course the price of materials then its a different story.
    Hey I'm not the 1 bragging about how much I make!!
    I was just trying to say that its not nice telling people to get to the job centre if u can't make 50-60 an hour!
    Bull Sh*t!
    U make 20p a sqm less than he is making then? And I'm a c*nt for over charging and a dick for putting that crap on here!!
    Figure it out who is the di*khead!
    And I have not worked in the last 6 weeks! But it's away to go crazy again.
    I don't like getting personal as it's on the net but this site is for helping others and not putting them down.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillon View Post
    I like some one who speaks his mind but it must not be offensive or personal BTW I still manage 35-40 p/hr on my cheap rates but that of course is gross by the time you take out traveling wear and tear on tools and of course the price of materials then its a different story.
    Dillon Chief I always speak my mind or people tramp all over u!
    U better say that 2 some1 else then!
    Sure as f*ck it's not me that's offensive!
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    The trouble with forums is If while your writing your reply to a post some one else replys first then you reply is out of sequence and usually out of context too. For example my post about liking people who speak their mind was a reply to Mcfc but other post beat me to it and I think my post was miss understood.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillon View Post
    The trouble with forums is If while your writing your reply to a post some one else replys first then you reply is out of sequence and usually out of context too. For example my post about liking people who speak their mind was a reply to Mcfc but other post beat me to it and I think my post was miss understood.
    Could not agree more,I am sure they are both taking the p**s out of each other. also thanks beermonster,i am having a bit of trouble with walls and ceilings at the mo so will contact belmore tomrrow to get a sample

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    If u want the perfect sanded joints using Freemans and an electric sander then get some 320 grit Abranet disk's for it!
    Sweet looking joints and no swirl marks!

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    That saves sanding the wooden floor with a 150 grit for 10 mins
    Where is the best place to get them ?

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    Can't remember where i got the from!!
    Belmore does have but not checked the grit! Maybe ebay.

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    Are the discs compatible with norton Velcro backing pad from belmore
    Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by matt View Post
    Are the discs compatible with norton Velcro backing pad from belmore
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    Yea they stick 2 Velcro pads!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beermonster View Post
    If u want the perfect sanded joints using Freemans and an electric sander then get some 320 grit Abranet disk's for it!
    Sweet looking joints and no swirl marks!
    Only bad thing with this product is with the sanding.
    wish they could make it a bit more durable when you sand as always leaving swirls!

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    Quote Originally Posted by wallpaul View Post
    Only bad thing with this product is with the sanding.
    wish they could make it a bit more durable when you sand as always leaving swirls!
    Get the 320 grit Abranet disks u will b a happy camper!
    The stuff is soft to sand but also hard if u know what I mean?
    300 sqm floor area house with 2 disks no probs!
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    I've found this sandpaper from screwfix good for the pole. It's 120 but really soft and at 2.99 for 5m it's a bargain.
    http://m.screwfix.com/p/d-weight-alu...?filtered=true
    I haven't noticed much scratching from it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beermonster View Post
    Get the 320 grit Abranet disks u will b a happy camper!
    The stuff is soft to sand but also hard if u know what I mean?
    300 sqm floor area house with 2 disks no probs!
    i'll have to try the 320 beer. already use 150 with backing pad or the flex edge but still scratches up bad
    been mixing in joint cement to try to make it more solid but not really cost effective!

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    Quote Originally Posted by wallpaul View Post
    i'll have to try the 320 beer. already use 150 with backing pad or the flex edge but still scratches up bad
    been mixing in joint cement to try to make it more solid but not really cost effective!
    Yea give them a try!
    I ordered more last night!

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