Unfortunately I've had to visit a small town called Calpe in Spain ( north of Alicante) for the last 25 years!
It's grown up considerably over those years and the Euro made it more expensive, but it's sunny and relaxing and a perfect place to retire.
That first cup of coffee is the best!
Great response Mark.
Its good to have this type of reply from the horse itself!
Limestone is a colour I personally prefer in most cases however I stopped using Bal for the exact reason of this thread. Patchy drying.
Also it could take 3-4 days for it to fully dry to the right colour.
I for one will definitely try your 3000.
But as they've been on for some 40 years with tubbed adhesive, I think the customer got value for money.
We would often get to a site kitchen or bathroom after the painters and find the walls emulsioned! So either the Bal Tad adhesive or the emulsion had special properties.