plasterers bath for mono

stuart23

Well-Known Member
#2
anyone use one or do you prefer tubs I've been using a bath but finding it a bit awkward to mix
Tried it on a few jobs but found it very hard to do, had to try and stir with the mixer when mixing. Best thing is a blue barrow container with the top cut off.
 

Danny

Administrator
#10
When I started labouring the 2 plasterers would mix hardwall in a bath... it was rubbish and never mixed well. So I spent my wages a few days later and bought an old drum and cut it up and they thought I was an idiot...

Worked a treat though and then a bodged bit of wood and some casters and you would have thought I had invented electricity for these two twats :D
 

smedhead

Active Member
#13
I get my big blue tubs from a mate who has a motor garage, think there oil or something comes in it. Does them a favour as they don't have to pay to get rid of them.
(have to clean them out 1st)
 

CeeVee

Well-Known Member
#15
in manchester pal very nice gesture thanks where abouts in Sheffield mate I've worked there few years ago
I'm near Hillsborough. Where did you work?
I helped the lads do the architectural mouldings in the dome at Trafford Park when it was being built. Thats about my knowledge of Manchester. Apart from the airport...
 

madmonk

Private Member
#16
I'm near Hillsborough. Where did you work?
I helped the lads do the architectural mouldings in the dome at Trafford Park when it was being built. Thats about my knowledge of Manchester. Apart from the airport...
I'm near the Trafford centre 2 mins from traff park I think it was a place called attercliffe might be wrong though .might pop over one Sunday an pick em up off you if ok
 

CeeVee

Well-Known Member
#17
I'm near the Trafford centre 2 mins from traff park I think it was a place called attercliffe might be wrong though .might pop over one Sunday an pick em up off you if ok
No probs.
I'll send a snap to make sure they are what you want.
 
#18
When I started labouring the 2 plasterers would mix hardwall in a bath... it was rubbish and never mixed well. So I spent my wages a few days later and bought an old drum and cut it up and they thought I was an idiot...

Worked a treat though and then a bodged bit of wood and some casters and you would have thought I had invented electricity for these two twats :D
I don’t think I have ever heard you so abusive before
 

CeeVee

Well-Known Member
#19
I'm near the Trafford centre 2 mins from traff park I think it was a place called attercliffe might be wrong though .might pop over one Sunday an pick em up off you if ok
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They're not brand new...and maybe not even suitable for your needs but they're yours if you want em...