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    using wondertex just now,papers seperating from metal regular,then some of the metals too close together that it wont fold,then the bits that look alright at the time,come in next morning and bits of it have blown,doin my nut in.

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    Using wondertex too, big g, and not getting any problems at all! You must have a bad batch

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    maybe,but just back on it after using sheetrock,this is first house on it,but was the reason we came of it in first place.
    the sheetrock was great if sheeting was perfect,beautiful clean edges,but if sheeting was dodgy at all the metal is so thin it doesnt hold its shape.
    think that was prob,although being shaped like a banana prob didnt help.

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    the multifinish powder i have tried recently was pretty good ideal for a 2 coat quick patch up is like cement only it sets quick can really build and it out and will stick to paintwork the rest is shite the platerboards go yellow and rest is like concrete to sand down would defo recomendend washing the edges in before hand

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