Messed up rhinolight

Salmank

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Hi,

So the builders done a good job building the house, completing the roof etc.

However, when it came to the plaster of the interior walls, they done a terrible job. They claimed it will get sorted out when they rhinolight.

Now they rhinolighted, and the job is pathetic. I will dread view all these crooked lines.

Whats the best way to fix the job?
 

Inn3rs3lf

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Hi,

So the builders done a good job building the house, completing the roof etc.

However, when it came to the plaster of the interior walls, they done a terrible job. They claimed it will get sorted out when they rhinolight.

Now they rhinolighted, and the job is pathetic. I will dread view all these crooked lines.

Whats the best way to fix the job?
You can have them shave it down. By them of course. It's not a massive job, just time consuming. But the onus is on them.
 

ToxicBunny

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Hi,

So the builders done a good job building the house, completing the roof etc.

However, when it came to the plaster of the interior walls, they done a terrible job. They claimed it will get sorted out when they rhinolight.

Now they rhinolighted, and the job is pathetic. I will dread view all these crooked lines.

Whats the best way to fix the job?

They either have to shave it down, or pull it all off and redo it....
 

Salmank

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Thanks,

Thats what I made them do. They brought in different guys. No coat for labour, but with R290 per bag of Rhinlite, I habe lots to pay for material.
 
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