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PostPosted: Wed Oct 15, 2014 7:27 pm 
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got a kitchen to do coming up and today we went in and pulled out the old kitchen and skipped it. as usual not a particularly nice job. grease and general rankness everywhere.

the worktop mason mitre at first glance looked a bit on the rough side even for an old kitchen
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but further into the rip out when i went to undo the clamps i found this
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never seen one joined quite like that before... and that was before i took any screws out.


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Woodworm?


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if woodworms was that size theyd need to go to the dentist


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That is nearly how you are supposed to join timber work tops.


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royal oak. if your fitting say bushboard tops. do you use speedy clamps? i find them so much easier than the old style type that youve gotta use a spanner on


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fin wrote:
do you use speedy clamps? i find them so much easier than the old style type that youve gotta use a spanner on

Do you mean Zip Bolts, Ayjay? I've been using Unika Easibolts on jobs and they are a lot easier than the old style bolts, mainly because they hold themselves in place. Available (SFX and B&Poo) and cheap, too. Have to agree - the standard ones are cr@p

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Job and Knock wrote:
fin wrote:
do you use speedy clamps? i find them so much easier than the old style type that youve gotta use a spanner on

Do you mean Zip Bolts, Ayjay? I've been using Unika Easibolts on jobs and they are a lot easier than the old style bolts, mainly because they hold themselves in place. Available (SFX and B&Poo) and cheap, too. Have to agree - the standard ones are cr@p


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yes those are the ones i meant. couldnt think the name. i use the first ones. never seen the second ones before. they look better again


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ayjay wrote:
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fin wrote:
do you use speedy clamps? i find them so much easier than the old style type that youve gotta use a spanner on

Do you mean Zip Bolts, Ayjay? I've been using Unika Easibolts on jobs and they are a lot easier than the old style bolts, mainly because they hold themselves in place. Available (SFX and B&Poo) and cheap, too. Have to agree - the standard ones are cr@p

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Fin.....I use whatever I get from where I am lol.

Either the old fashioned spanner doer upper type or the key type you have to get off allen or is it alan.


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Anyone used one of these? Tell the truth now!! :lol:
http://www.google.co.uk/url?sa=t&rct=j& ... Mxve1sGreA

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Anyone used one of these? Tell the truth now!! :lol:
http://www.google.co.uk/url?sa=t&rct=j& ... Mxve1sGreA


If that's what they want, I'll fit them all day. :lol:

I can remember two in the last ten years or so, cheapo rental fitouts.

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Done them in council houses as apparently when the worktop gets inevitably damaged only one piece needs replacing!!

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