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Andy Meechan


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Posted: 03 May 2019,20:52 QUOTE

Would love to hear how others have got on with this product?

Is it basically a pre-mixed sbr + cement mixture?

Once mixed with water how long does it keep its workability for?

Thanks in advance.

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Tony McC

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Posted: 09 May 2019,17:28 QUOTE

I know there are contractors out there that love it, but there seem to be far more that loathe it, claiming it's a nightmare to work with.

I can't be considered an active contractor any longer, but I did get to play with some on a job a couple of years back, and I found it to be awkward, unresponsive, and had too short a working life. Yes: it was only a one-off, so maybe I got a bad mix, but it did echo preciusely what the rewal contractor on that job had been telling me, that he was down about 10-15% on daily productivity compared to the proprietary bedding mortar he preferred.

But it's like owt else: some will think it's the best as it suits their own working methods, while others will slate it. The only way to find out is to try it for yourself....preferably on a small-ish job!

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