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Little known fact about fiberglass showers

Sorry to be the bearer of bad news----You're not supposed to use scrubbing cleansers like Comet on fiberglass.

Why? Because the silica scrubber makes tiny little scratches in the fiberglass and...
08-10-08, 07:41 AM
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Why use vinyl on a small section?

I agree with the previous poster. Why would you want to use vinyl when the rest of the home is covered with wood?

I have seen many of these patch jobs on home and they just don't look good. ...
08-10-08, 07:37 AM
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Posted By Burbanker

Just a thought


I'm not an A/C tech but I have an idea. Since pulling this big unit out and replacing it might be unacceptable to you at this time, could you try using portable dehumidifiers in...
08-10-08, 07:30 AM
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Posted By Burbanker


I realize ladybugs are not always reliable because you can't put tiny leashes on them :p , but they love to eat aphids. You could order some online---they ship them to you live.
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You'll probably have to start over

I have used Valspar paint and I was not happy with it. I found a color chip that matched the color I needed to match exactly, bought a quart, but when I applied it it was too dark.

I went back to...
08-09-08, 08:18 PM
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Posted By Burbanker

Turn it off, IMO

I worked at a home warranty place for a while and I remember technicians telling us to tell people to turn off their A/Cs when you hear this sound.

In other words, it's bad and you need to call a...
08-09-08, 08:13 PM
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What I would do

At this point, I would hire a drywall person to finish off the seams with mud and tape and patch the holes. I say this because if you want the walls to look great a pro would be able to make that...
08-09-08, 02:47 PM
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Posted By Burbanker

Question Can I lay down a new gas stove for moving?


I'm moving a new gas stove bought second hand from a private party about 25 miles.

Can I lay it down in the back of my small SUV? It is gas and has no moving parts that I know of.
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