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Old 09-03-01, 07:55 AM
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Price Pfister popup stopper in bathroom is scored and I want to replace the brass stopper only as I have all the necessary rods and cap and plunger. The question is how to remove the present stopper (cap). The new one doesn't have any threads on the rod so I assume (always a bad idea) it is a force fit. Is this correct? Thanks
 
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Old 02-02-02, 11:17 AM
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I painted my kid toy room bright blue and bright red stripes now I want to change the color to a light solid color is there any way to paint a light color or dark colors?
 
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Old 02-02-02, 02:14 PM
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travel31,

You will have better luck in the plumbing department , I would move this thread over there for you but since there already is another posting I am going to leave it.

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You certainly can change the color, use the same like paint (latex over latex, etc.) To go from a dark color to a lighter one use a quality paint and be prepared for at least two full coats, I will suggest Promar 200 latex from Sherwin Williams for the excellent coverage it has, assuming it is an existing latex on the wall now.
 
 

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