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jcrtiling

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That's a good call to make a frost proof ,waterproof leveller ,
But one more for the list
Norcross pro 50 I've been told is suitable for outside but I would want to interrogate their tech about that a bit more before using .
 

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This is suitable for swimming pools, which apart from bal acrybase I can't name another. Also, can be a wearable surface. Price seems good too. Hats off tilemaster :)
 

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That's a good call to make a frost proof ,waterproof leveller ,
But one more for the list
Norcross pro 50 I've been told is suitable for outside but I would want to interrogate their tech about that a bit more before using .
I ended up having to buy a bag of Norcross Pro 50 leveller yesterday........they should be done under the Trade Descriptions Act
 

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I ended up having to buy a bag of Norcross Pro 50 leveller yesterday........they should be done under the Trade Descriptions Act
Bad flow rate is it?
 

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I've not used it for a little while , and i normally level quite thick , always use a spike roller and never had any issues .
 

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I was caught on the hop and didn't have my spiked roller in the van. It maybe didn't help that I mixed it as per instructions (4.3 litres of water per bag).......that seemed a bit shy!
 

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