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    Question belmoral mud tubes


    seen a clip on you tube called drywall bully looked like he was using one of those tubes looked pretty useful do they work with the adesive in them

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    Im sure this tool has been mentioned before. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Dq6qPOHCpU
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    thats the one .is it just one of those tubes

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    They're useful if your starting out or on limited budget, I started out with one, but when I could afford it I bought a corner box, the BTE flushers work on the corner box, so it's cheaper to use these, along with a 90 degree internal applicator.

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    brian i was thinking more for putting blobs of dab on the wall did nt know if the tube would do this tho ?

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    I have seen this applicator on the web and am interested but if you notice the walls on the demo are clear with any cables etc. chased in. Can it handle stiff gear for thick dabs eg. to bed over copper pipes

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    Is the guy in the video using joint cement to stick plasterboard's??

    Not sure this tube would work with driwall adhesive in it?

    We have seen our tubes used with fast set and they dont work for long without having to be stripped and cleaned.

    If this tube can be dismantled easily and fully cleaned would be a good idea
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    it driwall adesive.they call it drywall bully have a look mate .if it would work it would be good i reckon

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