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Posted By xDetoursx

Issue fixed. Operator error on my part. I ordered...

Issue fixed. Operator error on my part. I ordered and replaced the cartridge, but while I had the water shut off, I blew out the hoses with compressed air from the nozzle and from the handle (with...
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Posted By xDetoursx

Low hot water pressure on one faucet

I just got done replacing the kitchen sink and faucet. See this thread:

http://www.doityourself.com/forum/designing-kitchens-bathrooms/544530-removing-undermount-sink.html

There's now a problem...
05-19-15, 08:32 AM
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Posted By xDetoursx

Nice tip Handyone. I think I'll give it a try ...

Nice tip Handyone. I think I'll give it a try

Thanks for comments everyone. :beers:
05-17-15, 12:51 PM
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Posted By xDetoursx

Update

OK, so it's been a couple of months since the refinishing. Turns out that the resurfacing kit actually worked out pretty well. The main problem I have is that the recommended 3 day curing period is...
03-06-15, 09:30 AM
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Posted By xDetoursx

Yeah, that was the one thing that I hated when we...

Yeah, that was the one thing that I hated when we bought the house and it's been bugging me every day for the last 4 years :mad:. I couldn't understand why someone would go through the trouble and...
03-05-15, 06:52 PM
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Posted By xDetoursx

So here's the final result. 47577 47578 ...

So here's the final result.

47577
47578
47579

Actually it came out pretty good. It doesn't look like a new porcelain sink, and it's not a completely smooth surface, but it's 10x better than...
03-01-15, 01:36 PM
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Posted By xDetoursx

Here's a before and after the first coat. ...

Here's a before and after the first coat. Actually there is an initial cleaning phase which includes a cleaning solution that needs to be diluted with water then using steel wool to scuff up the old...
03-01-15, 12:31 PM
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Posted By xDetoursx

Handyone, how would one cut from below? There's...

Handyone, how would one cut from below? There's no room to even get my fingers in, let alone any type of tool. What if I cut from the top, going through the porcelain first, right next to the...
03-01-15, 12:28 PM
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Posted By xDetoursx

Yes, that's how we've been cleaning it for the...

Yes, that's how we've been cleaning it for the past 3 years. It only lasts for a day or two though, and it's only a temporary solution. I was looking for something more permanant
03-01-15, 10:44 AM
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Posted By xDetoursx

Removing undermount sink

It looks like the previous owners cleaned the sink with a wire brush. The enamel is completely gone on one side of the sink and I'd like to replace it. Don't like the style either.

Anyway, the...
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