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  1. Spoon
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  2. Pete999
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    Costly AFDDS and non plastic wall plugs are going to up the prices on any run of the mill Domestic work, in fact any type of work will start to increase price wise.
     
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    I have to agree mate, looks like dodgy Bob down the pub will be making a few more quid as the rest of us are out priced...
     
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    Agree with you there mate.
     
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    So what's your opinion on the use of plastic wall plugs?
     
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    Does this mean we will be getting packets of fixings with 18th Edition approved on them in the near future?
     
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    I think Walldogs are a solution for a problem which does not exist. They look a proper nasty solution on top of that.
     
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    Plastic rawl plugs are perfectly fine. To think otherwise is nuts.
     
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    Just out of curiosity, donother trades such as ceiling fittiers, air con installers have to comply too as they both install things that are liable to fall down should the fixing fail in a fire?
     
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    Why would you install AFDDs in a domestic setting?
     
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    Not sure Spoon, as I don't do much these days it's hardly an issue for me, although I will be asking the very question at ELEX in September at the Richo Stadium.
     
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    Would like to hear what they say about it.
     
  14. Pete999
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    I corrected my statement in the last sentence of my post
     
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