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6 hours ago, TMac said:

Client says its an old MOD radio shack. Sort of thing that would get dropped by Chinook on a mountain. Full insulated, sound proof. He had it run in for an AirB&B but ended up drumming in it cuase his wife kicked him out into it....that''s all I know Khriss. Some clients are total yaps. He is a ret Royal Marine Sgt so I won't be calling him out ?

Good tale ?  i love those old bits of MoD crap,  always interesting.  K

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13 hours ago, spudulike said:

All I have plastered is artexed fracking ceilings, bloody pain in the posterior. Couldn't believe how much easier it is on a flat surface. 

 

Knew an old lad in Ingatestone, bare knuckle fighter in his youth, could plaster a curved wall in his sunday suit, not a speck on him, absolutely flawless. You actually could not believe wot you were seeing as he worked. ?  K

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Knew an old lad in Ingatestone, bare knuckle fighter in his youth, could plaster a curved wall in his sunday suit, not a speck on him, absolutely flawless. You actually could not believe wot you were seeing as he worked.   K
Love seeing a true craftsman at their work.

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