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Last edited 31 Aug 2017
Activities which are commonly categorised as wet trades include:
- Fitting interiors (i.e. bathrooms, kitchens).
- Painting and decorating.
- Roof tiling.
- Wall and floor tiling.
Apprenticeships are often available for wet trades, with training courses that allow for on-the-job learning.
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