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Old Oct 22nd 2008, 2:49 pm
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Originally Posted by chrismortley
That's exactly where it is,wish I had said that in the first place
Cheers all, I know exactly where it is now and will be taking some paint brushes on my next visit...
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Old Oct 22nd 2008, 4:21 pm
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Originally Posted by John and Lynn
Cheers all, I know exactly where it is now and will be taking some paint brushes on my next visit...
Remenber you may get a slight varient in shade so if you have loads of touching up on one wall you may be better knocking in the whole wall.then you wont notice the differance in shade because of the corners other wise it may look like spotty dog.on the plate when he is trying to match it let it dry before you decide its the shade as it changes tone when it drys.
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Slipping down the ranks gain.
Just got back from Esuri with fantastic weather.
Development looking really well considering current situation.
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Slipping down the ranks gain.
Just got back from Esuri with fantastic weather.
Development looking really well considering current situation.
I agree. As we were over 3 weeks ago, things seemed to be ticking over nicely. Given the current situation with MF, the improvements that everyone wanted and the landscaping of the entrance areas is probably never going to happen, but we are where we are.
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Anyone visting for the Christmas break?
Have heard it's business as usual after Christmas day.
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Anyone visting for the Christmas break?
Have heard it's business as usual after Christmas day.
Till three Kings day...... week. ;-))
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Originally Posted by betris
Remenber you may get a slight varient in shade so if you have loads of touching up on one wall you may be better knocking in the whole wall.then you wont notice the differance in shade because of the corners other wise it may look like spotty dog.on the plate when he is trying to match it let it dry before you decide its the shade as it changes tone when it drys.
Yeah, but, I don't want to knock my whole wall down!!!!

Anyhow managed to get a spot on match so there!!!
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Originally Posted by LynnF
Yeah, but, I don't want to knock my whole wall down!!!!

Anyhow managed to get a spot on match so there!!!
"Knocking in" the wall is a painter/decoraters term !
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Old Nov 6th 2008, 6:59 pm
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Originally Posted by LynnF
Yeah, but, I don't want to knock my whole wall down!!!!

Anyhow managed to get a spot on match so there!!!
lynn if your drinking the solvents make sure you only drink the universal solvent,it gets you drunk without sending you batty.
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Have you all received the latest newletter from ADA regarding Las Encinas?
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Old Nov 8th 2008, 9:17 am
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Yes, we received the "News Letter" and it inspires confidence that things are under control now. We arrived back on Wednesday after a week on Rago 1, and things were looking real good, in fact the best they have ever looked as far as I am concerned.

Whilst we were there we saw Litter Pickers, Pool Men, Gardeners and even Security driving around a few times?

I took a few photos of the gardens to show you, but the link below to the News Letter has some in it. There is also some other important stuff for those who may not have received it yet.
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Originally Posted by betris
lynn if your drinking the solvents make sure you only drink the universal solvent,it gets you drunk without sending you batty.


I don't know why she drinks the solvents, it's more expensive than the Tinto...!!

Your idea of taking the small tile shape cover from one of the wall was a good one, we were able to match it exactly from the "book of colours" they had in the shop.

However they did already have a "Fedesa Interior" on their "own" sample sheet, but this was darker than our walls? The one we choose from the official book was spot on. They made it up whilst we were there and charged 7.50 euros for a litre. If you are considering "knockin In" whole walls or rooms, then they have larger tins of similar colours which work out much cheaper.

BTW; If you do pick a slightly different shade for touching up a few marks, as long as you "feather it out" you should not notice the deference?

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Old Nov 8th 2008, 9:49 am
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Originally Posted by Brizey
"Knocking in" the wall is a painter/decoraters term !
Getting nearer to knowing what Betris does for a living then?????
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Old Nov 8th 2008, 10:22 am
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I don't know why she drinks the solvents, it's more expensive than the Tinto...!!

Your idea of taking the small tile shape cover from one of the wall was a good one, we were able to match it exactly from the "book of colours" they had in the shop.

However they did already have a "Fedesa Interior" on their "own" sample sheet, but this was darker than our walls? The one we choose from the official book was spot on. They made it up whilst we were there and charged 7.50 euros for a litre. If you are considering "knockin In" whole walls or rooms, then they have larger tins of similar colours which work out much cheaper.

BTW; If you do pick a slightly different shade for touching up a few marks, as long as you "feather it out" you should not notice the deference?

John
Getting the standard fedesa coulor is ok.using it is fine.but the problem is when the painter is running low on paint and he has just a room to go and he cant be botherd to go to the stores he will just box it off with what paint has got handy say white or what ever.thats why some times when you have a good mixer person in the paint shop and the correct code the match is way out.or if they are tring to cut costs as colour paint is a lot more expensive than white.same goes for white if they want to get away with one coat they just add a squirt of black tint to the white then you dont notice if its a bit griney

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Does anyone have any contact details for Peter Jackson in Block 13. I have some mail for him but there is an incomplete address at CE and the letter is now in the UK.

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