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    Removing paint on old ceramic patio table

    I bought this wrought iron looking patio table set at garage sale. The paint started to chip and now it looks like two layers of paint and then white primer over a ceramic or porcelain or enamel in a...
  2. Re: Bath fan, recessed cans, new drywall, how to cut out holes

    We did try ink then lipstick on the lips of recessed fan and can but it didn't work at all for the fan since the heat duct drops a little lower than the lips so the lipstick never did touch the...
  3. Re: Bath fan, recessed cans, new drywall, how to cut out holes

    That's a great idea. We did more prep work last night and didn't get to hanging any drywall on ceiling. But tonight for sure. I like the concept of putting something on the recessed can or fan and...
  4. Re: Bath fan, recessed cans, new drywall, how to cut out holes

    Thanks to all of you for your input. I have to agree that we thought it had to be a tight fit and more exact than it really needs to be. I think we should be able to handle this just fine with what...
  5. Re: Bath fan, recessed cans, new drywall, how to cut out holes

    Thanks for your reply. Anyone else have any better suggestions?
  6. Bath fan, recessed cans, new drywall, how to cut out holes

    We took out old drywall in bathroom and put in recessed cans from Home Depot that have a seal to keep out humidity. We also have a Broan OXT series ventilation fan we also bought from Home Depot.
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