Rated 2 out of 5Â by Bizuno Plaster Bead
Pretty good value, but a pain to put up.....found the plastic kept moving and puffing out.
Not happy with the finish, the edge isn't perfectly straight like you would get with a metal bead.
Think I will start again and use metal beading!
8 Nov 2012
Rated 1 out of 5Â by mrPshooter nice idea but far too bendy
as ElyMental said - bumps galore!
the only ONE good thing about this beading is that it pings back to its orginal shape after transporting unlike the traditional galvanised beading.
i tried putting them up with both screws and nails but they just kept puffing out making the angles look nothing short of awful. in the end i gave up and threw away the 7 i had left.. sadly had to replacing some boarding after i tried them with nails too.
i'll stick with metal beads in futures. at least theres an amount of rigidity there.
29 Mar 2010
Rated 4 out of 5Â by spreads plaster beading
excelent beading for plastering particularly over plasterboard that requires a coat of thistle bonding.The price for same should be a little lower.
7 Dec 2009
Rated 1 out of 5Â by ElyMental Oh dear oh dear.
I bought a pack of these beads thinking it might
be a great idea -no rusting, fantastic. Alas, when it came to fixing the beads to a corner with screws it was a different story. The plastic was too flexible and was bulging in all the wrong places. I did not try fixing with nails. Maybe that's the way forward. I'll be sticking to Expamet beads in the future!
14 May 2009