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Fixings / decor on top of conservatory fix


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20 minutes ago, Beer said:

Hello had a customer who's conservatory fixing have snapped not by me any idea of a way to glue them on ?? Litter picker etc thanks 

A photo would be better?

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I would glue them on with mitre bond and use a ladder. If that's not possible then I would build my scaffold and put a youngman board across so I could be above it. It means a lot of hassle just to fit a finial. 

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It's a job I got asked to do years ago and the cheapest and easiest way is to hire a conservatory ladder although not that cheap for the customer as they would have to pay for the hire plus time for the job so could be £60 upwards for a bit of plastic they may say yes or no, my custy was happy not to pay and leave it. 

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Only way is to get up close and personal using a ladder I have knocked a couple off over the years right pain to put back on , there is a wide variety of glues available I cannot remember what it was called but I got it from a UPVC plastic supplier 

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Just now, ched999uk said:

Take the remaining ones off then it will look better than the odd one missing. 🤣

Lol that’s the easy bit 😂😂😂just hit them with the pole 😂😂😂 but not an extream pole might break a section 😳😳😳😳

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30 minutes ago, Pjj said:

Only way is to get up close and personal using a ladder I have knocked a couple off over the years right pain to put back on , there is a wide variety of glues available I cannot remember what it was called but I got it from a UPVC plastic supplier 

Bond it ?

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5 minutes ago, Pjj said:

Cannot remember it was a few years ago now , I tend to be vary careful around them now 😂😂😂 

Up here they become very brittle with the cold weather so doesn't take much to break them. You would need to clarify with customer before the clean begins. 😉

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16 minutes ago, Pjj said:

Cannot remember it was a few years ago now , I tend to be vary careful around them now 😂😂😂 

Just use a good TFR and cold water, the muck just runs off and leaves no staining, if used correctly 😘 

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