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    Default Red Set Liquid Accelerator?

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    Has anybody used this and is it any good?

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    First time Ive heard of it and its difficult to find a link to a product spec.

    http://www.texmaster.com/other_specialty.html

    Did you know you can add a wee bit salt to set the gear up faster, or use sugar to prolong its workable time? Apparently an old hand told me this is what they used to do back in the olden days of taping in the 60's.
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    I have allways thought about a product in a spray mist bottle that you could spray on a freshly

    filled joint or angle bead. Then trowel in to set the compound.

    It would save me washing up all the time when using easi 45
    Milk No Sugar.

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    the salt thing definatly works never heard of sugar to keep it on, learn something new every day. Use to use "cream of tartar" to keep the old BG red filler on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crack filler View Post
    the salt thing definatly works never heard of sugar to keep it on, learn something new every day. Use to use "cream of tartar" to keep the old BG red filler on.
    wow, never heard of this before! how much salt do you put in? & how long before it sets?

    this'll be really handy when doin maintenance.

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    dependiing on how much your mixing but a good handful will make a bucket go off in about 30mins

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    Cheers Crack Filler! Am gonna try this one out next week.


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