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    Re: drywall repair after wallpaper removal

    Zadie, first, thanks for your reply. These are about the steps I have considered taking. Now, I will ask, ... picking quotes from your post ...
    "We pulled off all the loose paper, then began on one...
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    Re: "Security Information"

    I apologize to those of you who replied here. The issue disappeared and I forgot about "whining" here. I realize now that in that during that period of time, I upgraded to IE8. I have since went back...
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    drywall repair

    I am going to post this under a couple different "Subject" lines as to cover all readers.
    I am in the process of removing the wallpaper in our bathroom. Aparently someone did this once before and...
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    drywall repair after wallpaper removal

    I am going to post this under a couple different "Subject" lines as to cover all readers.
    I am in the process of removing the wallpaper in our bathroom. Aparently someone did this once before and...
  5. Re: Bugs in my shop! Arrgh - they've taken over!

    Bill, I live in northeastern Wisconsin and we experience the late summer/early fall bug infestations as well. The lady bugs you are referring to actually are NOT ladybugs at all but, some type of...
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    Shelving "Baces/brackets"

    We recently rented a shop for storing and prepping materials. We want to organize and put up shelves before getting too much clutter built up there. I can be crafty and cobble together a pretty...
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    Can I paint Aluminum windows ?

    Our house is a 1974 Ranch style with aluminum storms and screens over wood frames. It still has the original aluminum siding as well. I removed the storms one by one and painted the bulk of the wood...
  8. Re: TOH wants to know what you miss most about houses of the past

    I miss the architechre (sp?) of older homes. The house I grew up in had lath & (textured) plaster walls with arched doorways, not this modern "Square cornered" doorways. This house also had built in...
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    "Venting" interior door

    Hi all, Having cats, we keep our bedroom door closed to keep them out as the wife collects "Dreamcatchers" of different designs. Most have feathers dangling from them our male cat can not leave alone...
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    "Security Information"

    Man, I hate to complain here but, I really hate this issue. Every time I click on a Discussion area or, thread or go to post, this annoying box pops up with "Security Information" at the top of it...
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    Re: Attic Storage - What to Put Up There

    Tom, I looked @ your pics, very nice.... will we see finished results ? Big buck$ going in that basement, eh. Anyway the reason I am responding, I want to build a couple rooms in our basement. Did...
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    "glued down" carpet disaster

    Hi all, I recently pulled the old carpet out of our basement. It was rubber backed glued to the concrete. I will presume, this has been there since the 70's. Now I have a floor with dried glue swirls...
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    Removing "glued down" carpet

    Hi all, I recently pulled the old carpet out of our basement. It was rubber backed glued to the concrete. I will presume, this has been there since the 70's. Now I have a floor with dried glue swirls...
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    Removing "glued down" carpet

    Hi all, I recently pulled the old carpet out of our basement. It was rubber backed glued to the concrete. I will presume, this has been there since the 70's. Now I have a floor with dried glue swirls...
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    Re: "You cannot post"

    Thanks for your replies. I have done the following and it seems to have worked so far. ... I deleted the link in my favorites, deleted all in internet options, AGAIN, and the manually entered the...
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    Re: "You cannot post"

    The opening page for "Answer Todays Question" has not updated since July 7th. I have deleted all in Internet Options a couple times in the last month. Another thing I notice, when posting, if I click...
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    Re: Installing roof vent

    JtS, thanks for the detailed explaination. Will make it easier going in. Good thing I asked, I never considered using roofing cement. Thought the shingles would suffice.:o
    ****hiller, the soffits...
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    Re: Installing roof vent

    jts, I didn't plan on the expense and time to install ridge vents. Altho, it might be an option. this is simply a galvanized square dome, or hood, with a 10" pipe rivited to the inside of it. Then...
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    Installing roof vent

    Hi all,
    I submitted this in the "Roofing" section, I want to post it here too.
    A couple years back I bought a vent to install on our garage roof as it gets quite hot in there during the...
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    How can I ...

    How can I find out what is going on under my basement floor? I have a 987 sq ft home on a "poured wall" basement, built in 1974. We had lots of rain quick a couple weeks back and our basement...
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    Re: "You cannot post"

    bsum1, when clicking on "open link" as yuk yuk stated.
    Yuk Yuk, I tried doing the route you suggested. As I stated, Only in that area, the blue title line with date and time, has the date and time...
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    "You cannot post"

    Hi, Usually, when I log in, I do so at the "Answer Todays Question" screen. Then I read the different questions. In the past I have been able to post replies. The last couple times, including today,...
  23. Re: found real unfinished wood beind wallpaper

    Being the wood is unfinised, I would assume the w/paper was glued on, ... first make sure the glue is gone. This "getting wet" will raise the pours of the wood. Give it time to dry out after washing...
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    Re: Crown Moulding

    First,I have no idea as to if crown molding goes with beams. Personal preference would be my guess. Try to copy the color of the beams, or close to it. Dont clash their appearance. Size wise, I think...
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    Re: "Bleaching" mold/mildew

    Thanx for your replies ... I had fans running for like four or five days, I just turned them off yesterday.The smell is all but gone, can smell it weak down there but, nowhere like it was. Someone...
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