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  1. Klober Permo Forte: German. Klober Permo HD, German. Klober TR Plus, German. Me German. Thus I read instructions, I follow guidelines I lack imagination and flair (I'm shit at football too) I do as I'm told, usually, without too much fuss So imagine my incomprehension during the following conversation at our otherwise excellent roofing suppliers. My Good Man, may I buy some of your finest Permo HD, or Permo TR Plus as it says on these instructions ( for the roles of Permo Forte NG I have bought) Ya wot, mert? Some Permo HD, or Permo TR Plus as it says on these instructions, please. Dunt sell it. Rewfers round yur dunt use it laaak. But the instructions say I need some. Tha dunt need any mert.... 'less that's right by 't seaside laaaak. Ah, the difference between theory and practice. The bright-eyed-bushy-tailed neophite walks happily, blindly into yet another minefield, waltzing hesitantly between encultured practice and text-book rote learning. I've only just taught myself (painfully) to use a hammer tacker.? Help me out here please. Do I need to seal the overlap (150mm - proud of the fact that I worked that out for myself) between the layers of Permo Forte? Or can I let the wind blow under my skirts as it were? (And if anyone says I'm overthinking this, they're gonna get a slap.)