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Gibbo

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#71
Sweet mother of god I haven’ seen one go that black since first dipped the mt carbon, now I know some are gonna be saying wtf am I doing but here’s the thing each different carbon I had I have dipped before use and they all came out different, I ain’t no scientist but this is telling me the quality of the carbon used , darker the trowel the better the carbon, well that’s what I hope :tonto:
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Gibbo

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Vincey

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#74
Lol all these older guys

Seriously though I’ve ordered a couple more different sizes , keep you posted and I’ll start a different thread about the plastic curry surprise trowel
 

zombie

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#75
I'm not being funny @Vincey but seriously do you actually end up making any money by the end of the month with your never ending buying of all thing tool wise!
 
#77
They say the first step to recovery is admitting there's a problem. I don't care what the wife says, this addiction doesn't need fixing. (y)


@Vincey

Do the carbon trowels mark up your wall any? I do a lot of tinted stuff so can't have anything changing colors or leaving streaks but I am curious.
 
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Gibbo

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#79
Lol all these older guys

Seriously though I’ve ordered a couple more different sizes , keep you posted and I’ll start a different thread about the plastic curry surprise trowel
that plastic aint for finish its for acrylic render
 

Rossi46

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#83
It’s too thick for finishing finish. 1 use on acrylic render and it wouldn’t be clear anymore. It’s an odd trowel alright.
 

Vincey

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#87
Tbf I got the plastic out of interest, here is the description for use on plaster lads
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Vincey

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#88
It is 3mm thick and looking at the blade compared to my speedskim plastic finishing blade I’m kind of thinking it might not work on skim as it’s so thick compared , like wazley says
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vfr12

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#89
If you think @Vincey is crazy....... check this out! British plasterer are the most passionate ones:rolleyes:. f**k me and I thought £60 was too much . I really miss my now:(

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Cornelius

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#95
That's an odd size. What made u go for that? I know they can have ther uses at sides like that. I have a 10.5 x4 or 11x4, whatever it is for tighter spots. Comes in handy now and again.
I really don’t know why, I’m thinking I should have got something else a 14x4
 

Simon85

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#98
I really don’t know why, I’m thinking I should have got something else a 14x4
It will come in handy somewhere, but, not for me that. I like 13x5 or 14 x 4.75. Ideally would like a ss xtralite 14x5.only seen perma shape or carbon steel in 14x5. Have u used it yet or inky just got it
 

Vincey

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Nice the one thing I notice same as mine the rivets are bigger than all other trowels , solid trowel and agree the handles feel real nice in the hand