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 Post subject: Dot and dab fixings
PostPosted: Sat Jul 15, 2017 4:08 pm 
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It's a question that's asked on this forum countless times. How do I fix to dot and dab walls?
Seen a video for this product and it looks good! Anyone every used it?

http://www.wallanka.com/

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 Post subject: Re: Dot and dab fixings
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Interesting, but rather pricey

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Just use raw plugs into the block work and use copper pipe as a washer/spacer the thickness of the cavity.

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Good raw plugs and decent screw will grip brick and breeze block if you are using dryline then anchor bolts with a struggle heavy loads

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Obviously a pro has ways around fixing to dot and dab walls. But I thought these would be good for the diyer as they are fairly straightforward to use,yes they are a bit pricey but for the diyer it could save a lot of heartache.

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I have used Rigifix in the past and they are really good but not cheap-
http://www.ultimatehandyman.co.uk/video ... a680f.html

Available on ebay- http://fave.co/2tfCGWt

Also just a few weeks back I got sent some corefix fixings which look good, but I have not tried them yet.

Available on ebay - http://fave.co/2v5Y3qF

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