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    Re: Recycled Glass & Concrete Countertops

    I saw recycled glass for tables and desk in July 1974. For the beholder.
    Chips embedded.
  2. Re: How to remove glued on formica countertops?

    TOM used an electric Iron on the TV SHOW, "This Old House". To pull it off and put it on in another location.
    :rolleyes:
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    Re: Dead, Walled in Space

    Build a closet, storage area with lots of shelves.
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    Re: Free-Standing Kitchen HELP!

    They do have NEW appliances looking like the old, in Energy Saver styles. :o

    Or, have a plumber rework your gas stove, use O-rings like the Space Shuttle - new ones work in cold.
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    Re: Garage plaster walls crumbling

    Garage? Rip it OUT :eek:

    Use concrete backer board, or sheetrock, or BCX plywood. Paint a bullseye for me. :D
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    Re: garage floor sweats

    Yes, an exhaust fan should work, build at high elevation to suck out the heat from air, or build low to suck out the cold - unless there is snow. Then concrete will be cold. :cool:
  7. Re: Rain Barrel diverter for round downspouts

    Flex connections in the plumbing department, HmDpt or Lowe's or Ace or T/V.
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    Re: light fixture globes

    If a Lighting Store had no suggestions, then they have no idea of "glass blowers".

    Have you been to Murano? next to Venice, a little expensive.
    :confused:
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    Re: need help on light fixtures

    Strip and wire 'em together. Plastic wire nuts, amps should be no problem.

    Poke around web for three way wiring connections, and add a 4th if you leave the room at opposite ends of the room.
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    Re: Covered patio Ideas?

    I just survived Ike (Oct'08) with this setup from 2006.

    Consider a 12x12 deck, patio with roof.
    Use 12' lumber for floor joists, sink 4x6 (or 4x4) at corners 36" to 48" or pilings (xtra$). ...
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