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Old 01-30-2015, 07:21 PM   #21
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As a update. Ended up tearing it off and redoing it. I took your guys advice and I nailed it. Took four levels of baker scaffolding and a ton of carpet blades. Took me and another two nights to tear it off, liner and wallcovering. Longest piece on the two elevations was 27'. Looks great.
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TWENTY-SEVEN FOOT DROPS ! ! ! !

By yourself ?!?!?!

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Very nice job. On baker scaffolding that hi by yourself? Not this kid.

I just found the pics of when I did it. It was in a court room in Mexico Missouri.













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Nice work, but just to clarify, you did have help......right?
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I wouldn't hang residential longer than 13' by myself (well maybe 13' 6").

On a 21' drop job I had TWO others helping.



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Very nice job. On baker scaffolding that hi by yourself? Not this kid.

I just found the pics of when I did it. It was in a court room in Mexico Missouri.













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Hung this before used carpet trimmer to run in groves and lined right up
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I know this post is ancient but, installed miles of this stuff using a carpet trimmer, pre paste the wall with 433 then re paste after dry,couldn't install any easier.
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I know this post is ancient but, installed miles of this stuff using a carpet trimmer, pre paste the wall with 433 then re paste after dry,couldn't install any easier.
As much as I love to raz necro-posts from the unaware, I also REALLY appreciate it when someone acknowledges that it is an old post. Shows they know what they are doing

Too bad you weren't a member then to add to the others' advice.



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Does it have a "corduroy" appearance.

If so, my Union vinyl jockey friend from NY said a few years ago to use the corduroy "valleys" to align your straight edge. I assume this has no pattern so you cant keep the trim true to any pattern element. .

And IF you could bevel your cut SLIGHTLY so the surface is a wee longer than the backside, when you butt the seams you can push them together, but not so much the seems pucker or wire.

If there are no corduroy attributes, the only other option is to measure in from the edge PRECISELY. Tolerance less than the width of the increment lines on your rule.
THIS. I've done a bunch of this in hospital/clinics. Great advice, @daArch.
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Thanks.I just discovered this site researching a paint product.I love sharing/learning tips and tricks to make life easier. I've learned early on in trade school,you can never stop learning.I guess it's the passion in my work that makes it enjoyable.A guy I sometimes work with gets agitated when I try showing him an easier or faster way of doing something...love people like that.Show me and I'm all over it.
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Thanks.I just discovered this site researching a paint product.I love sharing/learning tips and tricks to make life easier. I've learned early on in trade school,you can never stop learning.I guess it's the passion in my work that makes it enjoyable.A guy I sometimes work with gets agitated when I try showing him an easier or faster way of doing something...love people like that.Show me and I'm all over it.
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Give me a hint as to who you are? As you see Chrisn is here also and Bodine has been .



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Give me a hint as to who you are? As you see Chrisn is here also and Bodine has been .
here, or there, or both?
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here, or there, or both?
sheeeet man, you're here, there, and everywhere (cue Beatles)

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Give me a hint as to who you are? As you see Chrisn is here also and Bodine has been .
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I thought so.

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