Flexible Paint - to cover all ills

  1. eLuSiVeMiTe

    eLuSiVeMiTe Member

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    And?

    5.5mm ply isn't that expensive and it's also light.

    The £120 you save wouldn't even cover 1/4 of the plastering costs let alone the extra timber and work involved to strengthen and brace the polycarb conservatory roof
    I'd still have been there two days plus 600 quid for the skim
    Plus an extra 150 or so on timber
    Not sure how that works out cheaper.
     
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  2. Gragson

    Gragson Forum Supporter

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    Snoops, when I had extension done I asked my mate doing the plastering and he said forget it because polycarbonate roof, thin walled struts and the whole thing expanding and contracting and the weight of the plasterboard was asking for trouble - not to mention the shite job I done on the kingspan infill
     
  3. eLuSiVeMiTe

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    Nothing wrong with the installation of the insulation mate. Only a few bits fell down and it's been up a good while.
     
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  4. Gragson

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    Finally got the 4th coat of the Bedec on, 1st 30% watered primer coat followed by 3 coats. It could probably do with one more, but I've had it!
    @eLuSiVeMiTe it's come out really well and the centre bit is cracking, just a bit more fill and will be perfect. :thumbup:
    Just the walls to do and blinds up and will feel like a proper room - Why did you mention to the Mrs about painting the sills would set it off better ahhhhhhhh more bloody painting :laughing:

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  5. waddycall

    waddycall Member

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    Phwoar, what’s the bike?
     
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  6. Gragson

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    750 Turbo.... sort of :cool:
    If I had my way it would live in the conservatory...

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  7. waddycall

    waddycall Member

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    Thought so. That’s lovely. What’s the front end off?
     
  8. Gragson

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    ZX7R front, works well but the Tokico 6 pots are a pain.
    R1 rear, looks great and massive tyre but the geometry doesn't quite work, especially on tighter bends
     
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