He's on about fitting mermaid board over the top if it won't clean up, only problem I can see is that the wall the shower is on is damaged as well, so if the hot and cold feeds can't be extended it'll turn into a right pain of a job. I'll have a blast with a couple of things, like you say, it won't matter if it doesn't work as it's knackered anyway.
Toby you wind-bag! And please note that the forum rules have changed whilst you've been away. No swearing in publically viewable forums such as general chat, tiling forum, adhesive and grout forum, news members forum etc. The Tilers Forums Arms is the place to let off steam :smilewinkgrin:
I know Lee, how very rude of me.
It wasn't till I saw the photo of high peaks van outside your shop that I realised that I could have nipped in to meet you.
Trying to get into Nottingham was torture with all the work being carried out, I think I skirted Derby to get there as well..
Last time I was in Derby I was down at Ted McMinns testimonial match..
You need to make sure the ends are both splayed out from one another,
It spun round in the bucket with me but as soon as the arms spun out from one another it worked a treat.
Still can't believe how quick it spun up a mix..
Now then folks, I've just been to see a mates bathroom and here's the story. His old man was doing some decorating and got some paint on the tiles, he decided to use white vinegar to remove the paint and when that didn't work, used t-cut! This is what has happened
I haven't tried anything on it yet, just wondered if anyone had seen this before and if they had a remedy. My first thoughts are to use grimex but, not sure if there was a better solution.
Both Anhyfix & Anhylevel are very good products.
Anhyfix stick like the proverbial.
Anhylevel is strange at first as it's a white slc & not the normal grey, it performs as well if not better than the other slc I have used.