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Discussion in 'Tiling' started by dreadnoughtheating, 4 Feb 2011.

  1. dreadnoughtheating

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    Poped over form Plumbing Forum,

    Had a bad afternoon today, while fitting shower enclosure, though I had best remove excess silicone from corner joint where decorative 'wetboard/aquapanel' meets the rightangled jointing channel - with me so far?

    This had been fitted by brickie (along with tiling). Anyways, stanley slips and scores a line 50mm long about 8mm to one side. Had to put my hands up to this one.

    As you can imagine, I am most reluctant to consider replacing entire panel (never mind the expense, the time and disruption this would cause gives me a shiver).

    So, big question time, can anyone here suggest a source of silvered 'quadrant beading' to cover my mishap, would need to be approx 40mm width across the cut edges. My local CTD could not help, nor could b&q (no surprise there then) Silvered UPVC would be best I reckon, but my local plastics supplier was baffled too.

    anyone still reading this far - or, a source of very thin, say, 1mm * 10mm strip to adhere either side of internal corner bead.?

    All replies gratefully acknowledged.

    Dreadnought
     
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    http://www.genesis-aps.com/index.php?page=products&category=7

    got me beer goggles oon ere mate..try in ere...but re-reading your post ctd stock genesis... ;)

    bloody plumbers...every heard off a hooked stanley blade...ya get more control with these ones... ;)

    trying ta think off other stockist give me a bit... ;)
     
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    Thanks TicTic, keep'em coming!

    DH
     
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    http://www.gradusworld.com/

    thats me cant think off no more...

    but looking at the size you... will maybe looking at a step nosing trim @40mm in width..??..internal/external.
     
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    dreadnought...the stella artois are starting to take control ere mate...(xmas pressies)....found under the stairs...will sleep on it mate and try and get ma pea brain in gear for ya... ;)
     
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    TicTic, have you really got nuffink better do at 00.30 in the morning than be helping a plumber get out of the sh1te? LOL. Thanks matey, virtual pint of stella now being poured.

    DH
     
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    Ere you were drinking those well into last night; have you actually sobered up today or just been sleeping it off :rolleyes: :LOL:
     
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    the wife was giving me ear ache a little..rich..there was a "wee" game on today..the build up starts a good few days before hand... :LOL:.. ;)

    DH looking back i cant even rember posting mate.. :LOL: :LOL: .hope ya get it sorted bud....

    as for having nothing better to do....well my parents always told me to help the "afflicked"..he..he.. ;)
    best off
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    Friends in last night & was pretty prissed myself! Only looked in on me way to bed which is always a big mistake :rolleyes: but I suffered a bit this morn. :cry:

    Ahhhh, the games people play; I still don’t understand why women have to build up to a good slanging match & half the time you don’t even know why they’re prissed off anyway; but making up is always good. :LOL: ;)
    Well you did OK & got the thanks button so :cool:
    Your so cruel. :rolleyes: :LOL:
     
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