I have been contacted by a company that is hoping to re-launch a low suction plastic float specifically designed for sand, and cement renders.
You know what its like you are keen to start rubbing up a wall but the wall is still sopping wet, and you have a ago anyway and the float sticks like sh*t to a blanket and no matter what you do it nearly always ends up with you pulling off the sand and cement from the wall.
So the low suction plastic floats have been designed to stop this from happening. They have been released in the past and have been mentioned on The Plasterers Forum Many years ago. However, with position that both The Plasterers Forum, and Plasterers News has within the industry the company behind the low suction plastic floats thought it would be a good idea to try again and get some feedback.
Before the low suction float is re-released to the plastering industry, they want to make sure that it is up to scratch and have some professional plasterers try it out so that they can get some feedback and make any changes that need to be made.
If you are interested in trying out this low suction float and would be in a position to give feedback then, please get in touch with me. The feedback that they will require needs to be constructive and not just “It’s Rubbish” so please be aware of this before you apply.
If you would like to get involved then, please drop me an email with your name, email address, Plasterers Forum username and your postal address to THIS IS NOW CLOSED, and I will organise to have a low suction float sent out to you as soon as possible.
Preferably, we are looking for plasterers that do a lot of sand and cement rendering and have a fair bit of experience with using it.
If you have any other questions, please get in touch with me as I am always keen to help.