Wrinkled finish?

zombie

Private Member
Your wrong @essexandy

Look at proper 2 coat work around a socket and you will see 2 different separate layers if fresh 2nd applied.

Look at 2 coats from same mix and it will be 1 layer of material exactly same as 1 coating.
 

essexandy

The Lake Governor
Your wrong @essexandy

Look at proper 2 coat work around a socket and you will see 2 different separate layers if fresh 2nd applied.

Look at 2 coats from same mix and it will be 1 layer of material exactly same as 1 coating.
I've had the chance to see my two coat work 'cut through' on several occasions and have never been able to see the two separate layers.
 

zombie

Private Member
I've had the chance to see my two coat work 'cut through' on several occasions and have never been able to see the two separate layers.
I can always always see 2 separate layers if fresh 2nd coat but never ever if 2 from same mix hence why I believe it to be no better than 1 coat.
 

ChrispyUK

Well-Known Member
Sometimes needed
I have when f**k*d it up. Did it the other week on my house trying to be a clever c**t instead of putting a tight coat of bonding on and hoping to go from plasterboard to hardwall and levelling up in a cold house.
Admitted defeat and scratched it up and skimmed it next day.
 

zombie

Private Member
I have when f**k*d it up. Did it the other week on my house trying to be a clever c**t instead of putting a tight coat of bonding on and hoping to go from plasterboard to hardwall and levelling up in a cold house.
Admitted defeat and scratched it up and skimmed it next day.
No shame in that pal it's called having some pride!

@John I does it all the time after I snag him.
 

ChrispyUK

Well-Known Member
No shame in that pal it's called having some pride!

@John I does it all the time after I snag him.
Well, always remember what you told me a few years back...get your ceiling angles straight and you could hide a dead body in the walls!! Cheap valentines day!
 
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