Dry Wall Sanding From Sparky Power Tools...

Sanding Power Tools: Dry Wall Sanding from Sparky Power Tools.


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7 Responses to “ Dry Wall Sanding From Sparky Power Tools”

  1. TheMakyato says:

    you have to use this first (i have the FLEX) IN ORDER TO SE THE DIFERENCE
    .and if you get paid you get your level 5 here (europe) to and this is not
    only for drywall job you can use it to polish the floor to or when you want
    to prepare the wall for plastering(stucco) is a time saver – new wall
    /plaster /primer(when and if need)/sander/stucco WHAT YOU SAY IS THAT ALL
    SANDERS ARE USELESS -ATLEast in canada

  2. GottaShopIt com says:

    Your technique with the sparky power tool is good. However, what I feel is
    that before applying the tool, it is important on your part to prep the
    wall with dusk masking technique.

  3. Ferreira Ferrera says:

    Looks good, But not for nice finish.The Job will not pass! Espcial here in
    Canada. Carving marks, rounds, and you still need to go with ligth to
    check, sand sponges to do the corners

  4. scottishlad2k10 says:

    @ferreirapeixoto do you comment the exact same on every fucking video you
    view you retard? jesus fuckin hell if they were as bad as u make out no one
    would use them stupid fuckin canadian. away and make daft noises for
    southpark or something.

  5. scottishlad2k10 says:

    @ferreirapeixoto see you copy and paste ya fucking mongle

  6. Ferreira Ferrera says:

    @scottishlad2k10 This is a open space for comments. Last winter I ( I am
    taper) spent 30 days FIXING, somebody else job, a 75 bedrooms in a New
    Hotel, because of the BAD job this machine delivery. You ( in USA an UK)
    have different levels of Finish job. Here we do LEVEL FIVE ( maybe you do
    not know what is this). Your finish is for “popcorn” ceiling and spray
    walls…that the only explanation for people buying this shit. By the way
    you are a RETARD.

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