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CENTRAL COAST N.S.W
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barnsey
31 January 2007
6
Jan 31, 2007 11:42 am
Hey how are you today :) I used synteko products in my early years as a floor sander and used to buy all of my materials thrugh them, there products were ok back then, but i havent used them for at least 15 years, so i can't really comment on how good there product is. there are lots of products on ...
Hey how are you today I used synteko products in my early years as a floor sander and used to buy all of my materials th...
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barnsey
30 January 2007
4
Jan 30, 2007 10:52 pm
two pack is fuemy while wet, once dry and the house is vented and aired out for about an hour all fuems are gone. two pac these days has had a lot of the toxins removed. It is not like the two pac that is used for spraying cars. I have been applying toby's lusterpol for about 15 to 18 years, before ...
two pack is fuemy while wet, once dry and the house is vented and aired out for about an hour all fuems are gone. two pa...
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barnsey
29 January 2007
2
Jan 29, 2007 5:59 pm
Having young children I would recomend using two pack polly in gloss finish. I know others will say to go semi gloss or satin or even tounge oil but in my experience two pack polly is the hardest finish you will get, and will outlast satin and semi gloss by about 5 years. satin and semi gloss are si...
Having young children I would recomend using two pack polly in gloss finish. I know others will say to go semi gloss or ...
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barnsey
16 January 2007
3
Jan 16, 2007 9:00 pm
Is this floor quoted to lay over a concrete floor or partical board floor. I do Blackbutt Standard Grade 80mm x 19mm Solid Tongue & Groove Timber Flooring Supplied, Laid, Sanded & Polished, on existing particle board. From $97.00 pm2 would work out including waste $6200 over partical board o...
Is this floor quoted to lay over a concrete floor or partical board floor. I do Blackbutt Standard Grade 80mm x 19mm Sol...
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barnsey
16 January 2007
5
Jan 16, 2007 8:37 pm
Im with Luke on this one. but if you do decide to go ahead with the inspections from this company make sure they are licenced inspectors and can show you there licence. there are a lot of people out there inspecting other trades work who are unlicenced and when it comes to the crunch if you have a p...
Im with Luke on this one. but if you do decide to go ahead with the inspections from this company make sure they are lic...
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barnsey
16 January 2007
4
Jan 16, 2007 8:20 pm
hey Luke we secret nail all our floors. I even secret nail the wide boards as I find it easier to lay without having to clamp them up, then i just string line them and race over with the T nailer placing three nails per board on the wide ones, I end up with nice straight lines then. Most of my timbe...
hey Luke we secret nail all our floors. I even secret nail the wide boards as I find it easier to lay without having to ...
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barnsey
16 January 2007
2
Jan 16, 2007 4:50 pm
if you have young children, I wouldn't recomend floating floors, most floating floors are plywood with a timber veneer and when damaged it is a risky exersize to resand them without breaking through to the plywood.99% of floor sanders will not even attempt to resand a floating floor, although i have...
if you have young children, I wouldn't recomend floating floors, most floating floors are plywood with a timber veneer a...
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barnsey
14 January 2007
9
Jan 14, 2007 9:43 pm
the new two pack polly's that i use and made by toby's are all solvent based and have come along way from the early years,wattle 7008 used to yellow up faily quickley but tecknology seems to have overcome this problem and the yellowing problem is not as bad as it once was. but no matter which produc...
the new two pack polly's that i use and made by toby's are all solvent based and have come along way from the early year...
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barnsey
14 January 2007
3
Jan 14, 2007 9:24 pm
Hi Luke the floor was done for a customer 245 square metres all up. timber blinds were fitted to the whole house only a couple of days after they were sanded, we also laid the floors there as well, we supply lay sand and polish, might be interested in getting some timber prices from you in the futur...
Hi Luke the floor was done for a customer 245 square metres all up. timber blinds were fitted to the whole house only a ...
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barnsey
14 January 2007
1
Jan 14, 2007 6:23 pm
Hi all my name is Brett but my freinds call me barnsey, i live on the central coast N.S.W Im a floorsander polisher and have been sanding floors for 25 years. I can only offer addvice on how I sand floors and the products I use, not how others sand floors or the products they use. I must be doing so...
Hi all my name is Brett but my freinds call me barnsey, i live on the central coast N.S.W Im a floorsander polisher and ...
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barnsey
14 January 2007
5
Jan 14, 2007 5:53 pm
tounge oil gives a nice natural finish, but what most floor sanders don't tell you is that it is also high maintance, tounge oil needs to have 2 to 3 coats of acrylic sealer mopped over the finished tounge oil floor 7 to 10 days after it is finished, ( gemini) being the most popular and depending on...
tounge oil gives a nice natural finish, but what most floor sanders don't tell you is that it is also high maintance, to...
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barnsey
14 January 2007
7
Jan 14, 2007 5:26 pm
Iv been using toby's coatings for over twenty years, as a professional floorsander i use there two pack finish, dry time is approx 8 hours and you will get 8 to 10 years wear out of it before needing to recoat. wattle 7008 is another of the products i use. yes two pack is a bit fuemy but it is only ...
Iv been using toby's coatings for over twenty years, as a professional floorsander i use there two pack finish, dry time...
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