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Agreement for Product loaned to showroom

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Agreement for Product loaned to showroom

Started by Daniel Miano in Marketing Your Business 17 hours ago. 0 Replies

Does anyone have a signed agreement for products that are loaned to a showroom?I'm looking at loaning one of my large vanities with waterfall legs and a vessel bowl to a local showroom. Since it's worth 4 or 5x more than my typical showroom sinks I…Continue

Is it possible to re-grow your cherry.

Started by John Bass in In the Beginning. Last reply by James McGregor 19 hours ago. 5 Replies

Over the last few weeks I have been trying to tweak the ZFRC mix, which is f-ing perfect for spraying and backers, to do some wet casting of tiles. Just to save some cost on production and try to hit some what turns out to be unrealistic pricing out…Continue

Technique for rough side profiles

Started by Nathan M Miles in Reactive Sealing. Last reply by Nathan M Miles yesterday. 3 Replies

What's the best way to get ch and fs on a very rough side profile? Wouldn't be so worried with a thinner piece but this is a 6 inch drop edge and a rough textured front? I realize it has to be thin coats of both ch and fs and can't seem to think of…Continue

Cracks. Visible fibers in the Face Coat.

Started by nathan hake in Manufacturing Techniques. Last reply by Alla Linetsky on Monday. 17 Replies

Ok so here is a pretty decent looking kitchen but I am going to be recasting the whole thing because there are too many large compromises to ask of the home-moaner.  Here is the recipe I got from the forum here on how to manipulate a bag of…Continue

Liquid z+ and left over material

Started by Paul Rosa in Mix Design. Last reply by James McGregor on Thursday. 24 Replies

Hi FolksI followed the recomended gfrz recipe for a job. I was left with 20% of concrete left over.It happened to me before and only when i use liquidz+. Is it normal? Anyone experience the same thing? All my parts are 3D design on computer and the…Continue

Best way to seal a heated counter?

Started by Ian Wyndlow in Reactive Sealing. Last reply by Ian Wyndlow on Thursday. 19 Replies

Hi Folks. We are doing a large curved buffet top for a Delta hotel in Victoria BC. It is to be 1" thick and supported by the millwork. I just learned it is going to have three heaters located in the under side that will heat the counter in those…Continue

spray no more

Started by remik in In the Beginning. Last reply by Jon Schuler Apr 9. 9 Replies

Basically speaking I want to eliminate spraying as much as I can but if I simply cast my concrete(gfrc) then I run a risk of fibers showing while processing. Are the pvs's less visible when processing and can they replace glass fibers?I thought…Continue

Another Powerblanket bites the dust....

Started by Dustin Cathey in Equipment. Last reply by Todd Bisig Apr 9. 49 Replies

I have switched over to Thermalay blankets awhile back but had a 4x9 blanket by Powerblanket from a couple years ago. Well after a handful of uses and always being hung on the wall it quit. I had a small piece that I didn't feel like getting the big…Continue

Polishing for stainz

Started by Peter Trevisan in In the Beginning. Last reply by James McGregor Apr 8. 6 Replies

Can anyone tell me what is the highest grit I can polish to that will accept stainz ?

max load for pigment

Started by Sebo in In the Beginning. Last reply by Admin Apr 7. 1 Reply

What is the max load for ultra white pigment?

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