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    started using this for 3 weeks now,and find it very good.good price aswell 11.95 a bucket.

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    ...made by who ? i started using lafarge joint cement g tech in light blue bags, and with boxses its dream to use! and u can sand 3 four bed. houses with one sheat of sand paper )

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    Lol I used the Lafarge stuff you mentioned for a couple of houses in the summer and its very easy sanded
    So, who makes the Smartmix Jase? And where do you get it?

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    It's made by Lafarge or G-Tec or whatever they call themselves now.

    http://www.lafarge.co.uk/wps/portal/...atasheetGypsum

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    Quote Originally Posted by E.K Taper View Post
    Lol I used the Lafarge stuff you mentioned for a couple of houses in the summer and its very easy sanded
    So, who makes the Smartmix Jase? And where do you get it?
    i get it from encon plymouth.its the same as the lafarge light blue bags but in ready mix form.very smooth stuff to use and very little sanding.

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    I was havin a look at this stuff last night and noticed Lafarge does a product like Gyproc Proset! Its an air dryin/setting compound! I also noticed they do beads the same as sheetrock beads,I think they maybe r sheetrock as they have that green strip down them!! Does anybody know

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beermonster View Post
    I was havin a look at this stuff last night and noticed Lafarge does a product like Gyproc Proset! Its an air dryin/setting compound! I also noticed they do beads the same as sheetrock beads,I think they maybe r sheetrock as they have that green strip down them!! Does anybody know
    Here mate. They are branded Lafarge. I used them a fer years back. Same as Sheetrock beads really.

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