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  1. Re: Taking flooring 'lessons'...is the pro right?

    I don't know if lessons is necessary as I think you'd probably able to read most of the stuff he'd tell you and the rest is just experience and you can't "learn" that unless he's going to let you...
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    enclosing under a porch

    We just built a farmhouse type home with wrap around porch. The porch is still open underneath and we're trying to think of ideas to keep critters going under and keep weeds from growing. The porch...
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    Re: replacing ceramic floors

    It was mentioned that the subfloor should be screwed down so that it doesn't deflect. We nailed it but also put subfloor adhesive down on each (floor) truss before nailing. Will this be as good?
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    Re: Preferred height of chair rail

    You said you looked through thousands of pictures. Did you find any uncommon websites that had good pictures. I will be starting my new kitchen soon and am still looking to be inspired. I'm sure...
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    Re: removing stains from porcelin sink

    I will try baking soda first, but I think I may have already tried that and it didn't work. and then I'll try the stain eraser thing from Menards. I'm not sure it it is just hard water deposits or...
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    removing stains from porcelin sink

    I have an old porcelin (sp?) sink from my old house. It is pretty shallow, maybe 3" deep, reminds me of a dry sink. I wouldn't mind using it in our new house (more than likely just as decor) but it...
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    More than Black & Blue

    This is actually DH's story not my own. DH was helping a friend hang some doors, but the friend bought doors that swung the wrong way. They were going to modify the doors so they swung the correct...
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