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 Post subject: Decent knee pads
PostPosted: Thu Oct 12, 2017 9:12 pm 
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Evening everybody,
Had to tile a pretty large floor area yesterday and today my knees sting like crazy. I've been using some gel stuffed pads for about a year now, but I think they do more harm than good. What pads do you use for tiling? I am open to suggestions.

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 Post subject: Re: Decent knee pads
PostPosted: Thu Oct 12, 2017 11:07 pm 
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i could never get away with gel knee pads or any of those geet big knee pads that ya strap round ya leg.

few years ago i went with snickers floor layer trousers and knee pads. theyre mint. always wear em now. never have to think about it theyre just there



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Good advice you can always put in 2 pads each side for extra support if required

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the snickers floor layer pads are big and fit tight in the pocket. plus theyre thick and are filled with polystyrene beads. litterally the best ive found. well worth it. trousers are £85 a pair and i think the pads £35 a pair from screwfix. those seem to be just about the best prices ive found for em



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