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Recommendation Just Got Myself A New Toy!

Discussion in 'Tilers Forum' started by Protilers, Jul 25, 2013.

  1. Protilers

    Protilers Guest

    Evening all....

    hope you are well.....and in the words of Rolf Harris.......

    can you guess what it is yet?

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    of course it is a air pressure sprayer......and I will be using it to clean and seal floors in the future.....
    £39.99 from B&..............point..............

    of course all i have sprayed out of it so far is water......but I think it is going to do the job in double time...

    all the best

    Lee
     
  2. Albert

    Albert Awesome Contributor

     
  3. jay

    jay Awesome Contributor

    Also works for spraying weeds :)
     
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  4. Protilers

    Protilers Guest

    I try and keep my weed away from solvents Jay........hehehehhehheeee
     
  5. jay

    jay Awesome Contributor

    Just thought of another use ;)
     
  6. Protilers

    Protilers Guest

    fill it up Albert and spray away.......get to your exit point and let it dwell for a bit.....and then with a few microfibre cloths.......or (I use) a microfibre cloth pole system......just mop up the excess.............

    job done........I think it will save hours on this type of work!..........never believed it until i saw it with my own eyes......you can go from a fine mist to a jet of whatever.......the outlook is great so far.....

    I will let you know how I get on!

    all the best....oh and I will proberbly drop your kit off over the weekend!....

    Lee
     
  7. Protilers

    Protilers Guest

    i am cutting pipe etc right now jay to see if I can get it to work with my wet drilling system.....the bottle that comes with that is pants........
    this thing is really well made.......

    but I am sure you ment something else:)
     
  8. Protilers

    Protilers Guest

    its a bit sad I know but.............

    Check it out!

    they make bigger and smaller ones......this one just suited me because of the 5ltr capacity!
     
  9. jay

    jay Awesome Contributor

    And the over spray///
     
  10. ray

    ray Superb Contributor

    in the old days we used to just thart at the floors before sealing worket well unless you had a good curry the night before ;)
     
  11. Protilers

    Protilers Guest

    because I will be using acid Jay (acid damages metals mainly) and then an alkaline (alkaline damages paintwork mainly)........I will be masking up the lower parts of the kitchen.............but as for using it with a water based sealer....

    I would spray and go........I have to say tho Jay....this thing is pretty accurate......its easy to "read" the stream...so to speak........

    all the best

    Lee
     
  12. jay

    jay Awesome Contributor

    Back when tiles were tiles and adh stuck
     
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  13. Protilers

    Protilers Guest

    naaaaaa..........Ray goes much further back than that.......he is more familiar with the Roman decouplers..........you know.........Sand!......hhhheehehehheee

    but credit where credit is due.............he cant 'alf adapt!.......

    hhhehehhhheeeeee...

    (evening Ray!)

    all the best

    Lee
     
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  14. jay

    jay Awesome Contributor

    A true tiler is always adapting :)
     
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  15. Protilers

    Protilers Guest

    Tou'che!
     
  16. Protilers

    Protilers Guest

    Every day is a school day round these parts............
     
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  17. jay

    jay Awesome Contributor

    yep
     
  18. ray

    ray Superb Contributor

    a good tiler should always have an open mind to change i alway say a good tiler loves a new challenge
     
  19. Protilers

    Protilers Guest

    except when her name is "dorritt".......EH?....hehehhheheee
     
  20. ray

    ray Superb Contributor

    walls have ears
     

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