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    Re: Installing a Neo angle shower.

    I went over the whole thing again looking for a brand and model number and found none. The only thing I foudn was Moen on the fixture. The others in the house are Kohler so not sure if that is for...
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    Installing a Neo angle shower.

    In my home I had a NEO angle shower that was installed when we moved in. It leaked and had been painted white. I took it apart and cleaned it up and am getting ready to put it back together. It...
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    Old fire bricks.

    My buddy does metal work and they tore down a old burner. He was given all the old fore bricks. He offered me some. I was building a fire pit which I intend to cook on. Can I use the brick or has...
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    Re: sealing foundation from pests

    I know this is not what you are asking but might be helpful. The foam is not go for rodent control, they will eat it. I am not saying not to use it for insulation purposes. The mesh will work. If...
  5. My shower stall leaks at the door gasket.

    This shower came with the house and the previous owner was kind enough to paint it white. It leaked at the bottom and what I found was the outside gasket had a one-eight inch gap in it and the water...
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    Re: Outdoor outlets and kitchen gfci

    I think it is sad you guys are not getting along. I did not think her info was to bad. It was thorough, but the delivery was not that great. Thanks to all who are still helping me out and thanks...
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    Re: Outdoor outlets and kitchen gfci

    I was a little off in my understanding of MWBC but it seems to make sense now.

    Some where it mentioned that the breakers are tied together so if one has a problem and kicks the other kicks as...
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    Re: Outdoor outlets and kitchen gfci

    You guys really some sort of Hatfield and McCoy thing going on. I think I am gonna start this in a new thread an please don't fight this time.
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    Re: Outdoor outlets and kitchen gfci

    I can't stop thinking about the witch picture and I see her on a ladder in my basement looking at the wiring. The thread got confusing and I am not sure why this person does not defend themselves? ...
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    Re: Outdoor outlets and kitchen gfci

    My head is spinning. I got to get my think about this it is getting confusing and seems somewhat complicated but maybe not. What she says makes sense I think.
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    Re: Outdoor outlets and kitchen gfci

    So skip the microwave and dishwasher. I only mentioned them to get an example of what I am working with. The other kitchen outlet was mentioned just clarify that it is safe/correct and it is. The...
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    Outdoor outlets and kitchen gfci

    I had an issue where my dishwasher was kicking the breaker when we used the microwave. Yesterday I decided to take a look and see if I could fix it. What I ended up doing is putting the dishwasher...
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    Re: Sanding between coats of Polycrylic?

    So far so good. I put on the second coat and it seems fine. It has been over 4 hours and it feels tacky, but not wet. Almost rubber coated. I actually have a test piece that I am 1 coat ahead of...
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    Re: Sanding between coats of Polycrylic?

    The instructions said specifically said"# Let dry at least 2 hours then sand with very fine sandpaper (220 grit) to ensure an even finish and proper adhesion of additional coats. Do not use steel...
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    Sanding between coats of Polycrylic?

    I am putting Polycrylic on a Faux finished table. My question is the instructions recommend sanding between coats to make the surface even. My question is the top is not smooth and sanding would...
  16. Re: Looking for a durable clear for a faux finish dining table.

    I would not have to pick the type based on what type of paint I used would I?
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    Re: Damp basement!

    Thanks all.

    I don't know if any sort of drain exist. I can't find any exit pipes.

    The sump pump is non existent. I have a pump in the crock but only had it there if the it ever got full, and...
  18. Looking for a durable clear for a faux finish dining table.

    I finished a dining room table with Valspar weathered finish. The people at the store recommended a clear protector. I read the label and it specifically said not to use on dining tables. What can...
  19. Re: Old table with gouges in it and a corner cut off.

    It turned out well. I used Durams putty and all looks good. Not great but above acceptable. I have painted the top and am happy. Thanks for all the help!
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    Crackle Paint

    I painted a table, and used Valspar crackle glaze. It never mentioned drying time of the crackle. Just how long to wait to put top coat on. I was looking around and somewhere I thought saw it...
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    Re: Mechanics lien

    Thanks for all the info. It was kind of a friend of a friend deal which I knew would be a mistake anyway. I will let you know what happens.
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    Mechanics lien

    I had a garage built and it was a nightmare. The end result is that the roofer called and said he is putting a Mechanics lien on the house cause the builder did not pay him. The builder mentioned...
  23. Re: Old table with gouges in it and a corner cut off.

    They don't have router bits that large! 4 inches
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    I spot primed it and so far so good. My next question is the legs have some detail in them and in the end I want them to have a smooth finish. Should I try to roll them? If so what size nap should...
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    Thanks you very much.
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