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    Re: Drywall above tub surround

    I like to use epoxy paint around water. You might need to go to a real paint store to get it. It is a two part paint that you have to mix together. It works great.
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    Re: Painting

    You need to find out exactly where it is sticking. There wasn't enough room between the door and the jamb for the paint. This is a common problem when painting doors and windows. I think you need...
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    Re: shower frame corroded

    Shower door frames are very easy to replace and don't need to cost that much. You can order some very nice doors from home centers and install them yourself.
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    Re: no water coming out of tub faucet

    I'm a little confused. Did you switch the water lines and the same thin happened? If so then the water is either shut off farther down the line, completely blocked or may have never been hooked up...
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    Re: Replacing 3-faucet shower stems

    I would try the original parts. The after-market parts are probably a little bit different. The difference may not be noticable.
  6. Re: Is this frameless glass price reasonable?

    1/2" glass is very expensive. I don't think you need glass that thick. I know someone in your area that is in the business. if you are interested I could give you his number.
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    Re: Slow drain in Bath/Shower not clogged?

    Let me weigh in here if i may. First, remove your stopper. It either has a set screw in the stem or it screws into the drain. Some have a cover that can be removed with a pair of pliers then a...
  8. Re: Shower has no hot water and little pressure

    I went back and looked at the picture again and your handle is upside down. Thats another good thing about moen valves. If you are getting hot on the cold side you can turn the cartridge 180...
  9. Re: Shower has no hot water and little pressure

    To get access to the valve you first must remove the handle. There is a snall allen head screw at the bottom of the handle. Probably 1/8". Remove the screw and the handle will come off. Then you...
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    Re: pipe problem on clothes washer

    It could be that the pipes were not fastened to the studs when they were installed.
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    Re: Wrapping green treated posts

    You could use a different type of cedar. Exterior 1"x6" and 1"x4" is available. Cedar is best for exterior but people do use pine and cypress. One hint paint the boards before you install them so...
  12. Re: Can I use thin set over black mastic adhesive?

    I did find an adhesive but haven't yet tried it. I think it best to get as much off as I can.
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    Re: Removing Old Shower Pan

    The concrete will need to be broken up with a sledge hammer. Just be careful around the drain. Also, you might rent a chipping hammer which is like a small jack hammer. Again, be careful around the...
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    Re: Ceramic tile edging

    You may want to try a tile dealer. Look in your yellow pages for tile, floor covering, carpet,etc. They shoule be able to help you.
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    Re: Fix all the walls damaged by wallpaper

    Yes. you can get 3/8" sheet rock and cover over your walls. Try and find the stud pattern and nail it to them. Also, use a panel adhesive on the back to ensure a firm wall. The switches and...
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    Re: Anti-Mosquito options

    We found out about it from a friend. We sprayed about a week ago and haven't seen any.
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    Re: Anti-Mosquito options

    We're trying something new this year. You can spray Listerine around (ie: screens, around lawn furnature, etc) it keeps them away. Be careful around wood or anything where the finish may be...
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    Re: Toilet Burp

    One extra that I do is to put some screen wire over the vent stack with a zip tie to hold it. Of course after you have it cleaned out.
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    Re: Toilet & Tub

    Does this tub get used regularly? Sometimes in tubs that don't get used the trap will dry up and you can get noise coming up throught the drain.
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    Re: Leaking Tub Spout

    Sure sounds like the control valve to me.
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    Re: faucet handle clearance above base

    I'd go with the manufacturer on this one.
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    Re: Cracked Porcelin Bathroom Sink

    I think you will have to replace the sink. There was probably a flaw in production. You could try and contact the manufacturer and try to warranty it.
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    Re: Sink-1866 Church Rest Room

    Just a suggestion... when you do find someone check their references. I've seen alot of "reglazing" that has failed within a short period of time. Personally, I would replace the sink. You may...
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    Re: Water inside pedestal sink

    I think I would install the sink . I would also clean the trap and snake out the waste pipe going into the wall. As long as you have good flow you shouldn't have any problems. All the water came...
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    Re: Wall prep before painiting

    That should work but be sure to sand between coats that you overlap into the good spots. If you can feel the transition between the areas you will see it when the paint is dry.
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