Post by Will and Lyn on Sept 4, 2004 20:40:50 GMT 10
Thats all that WAS holding the ceiling up due to the glue failing but now there is plenty of glue (believe me) after 3 or 4 or was it six stubbies the creative juices just started to flow and the old tradesmen in us both jumped to action we began to loosen up and good things began to happen and then Lyn rung up and burst our bubble just when we were onto our next stubbieeeee oops I meant to say next piece of timber I had to go home bloody women just when we were reaching our finest moment designing the colour scheme to match the early sixties interiors do you have the same trouble trev?
Post by trev and carrots on Sept 4, 2004 20:56:20 GMT 10
sure do Will. but you have an advantage over me,you CANT get glue in your hair ;D i replaced the ceiling in my 9fter. i couldnt find a sheeting close to the original material, so i used ply then covered it with vinyl floorcovering which is relatively cheap ,very flexable, comes in a huge choice of colours & also minimises the number of joins. but it can be messy cheers trev(with gluey >:(hair)