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    Applying synthetic surface glue - GIF

    Applying synthetic surface glue. Must be hard on the knees.




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    He's probably got those great US made knee pads . They cost well over Au$100 but mine lasted about 15 years, doing gardening & handy man jobs daily. The cheapies are usually made from hard plastic that doesn't form to become "part of the knees".

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    Pro-Knees. Vest things on earth for tht sort of work. I love them

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haroun View Post
    Pro-Knees. Vest things on earth for tht sort of work. I love them
    These actually do look pretty cool. ~$100. We don't get many knee pad builds around here. https://www.proknee.com


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    Mine were gel pads . I think they were called "Nailers":cool name. Mostly used by flooring guys bur EXCELLENT on gravel/stones & the like. I doubt that carpet layers could use with stretchers. They were held in place by a very sound velvro stretchy system!


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