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Marq1, I truly wish it was that simple. As I...

Marq1, I truly wish it was that simple. As I mentioned on 7-10-22, "I considered PVC pipe but the curved contour would require a very large quantity of fluids before the items themself (being 3-1/2...
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Marq1, I am cleaning lengths of brass that are...

Marq1, I am cleaning lengths of brass that are 0.332 high x 0.28 wide.

I am going to use spar urethane as I have a quart of it in the cabinet.
I appreciate all of the the responses and...
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pjaffe, I appreciate the suggestion. That was my...

pjaffe, I appreciate the suggestion. That was my original test setup. Unfortunately, as I moved the metal pieces around, the sharp edges were snagging the plastic and cutting through resulting in the...
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I appreciate the responses and questions : ...

I appreciate the responses and questions :
Marksr : The "finish" would have to hold up for 6-7 days so I have time to complete the task. Yes, expected I need to caulking the corners where surfaces...
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Urethane or Polyurethane - Water- or Oil Based

Hello, I need to 'seal' the insides of a trough made from 1x3 lumber (and about 48" long) so I can fill it with vinegar and water for the purpose of soaking and cleaning some metal strips.
Will...
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Marq1. I appreciate the suggestion. This will be...

Marq1. I appreciate the suggestion. This will be an interesting exercise to fill these holes.
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Pjmax, I appreciate the quick response and...

Pjmax, I appreciate the quick response and reference to several suitable products to consider. Very helpful.

Marq1, I appreciate your feedback and observations. You are correct the original block...
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Filling Anchor Holes In Cinder Block Wall

I am removing a number of drywall type anchors and small eye bolts the previous owner had installed in this block wall. Apparently this was for some kind of rope or wire trellis like arrangement. I...
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I appreciate the timely response. This is very...

I appreciate the timely response. This is very helpful. Yes, the manufacture of the stucco mix does specify how much water to use with the aggregate, 1.5 gal water for 80 lbs mortar mix. Assuming...
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Using Concrete Bonding Adhesive

Good day. Maybe I am over-thinking this. This is my first work with stucco. I want to repair the stucco that exist over the brick chimney. The area of concern (estimated to be 48" wide x 4" high x...
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Tightcoat, I appreciate the response and...

Tightcoat, I appreciate the response and specific recommendations. Reading up on muriatic acid, there seems to be more cons than pros. I'll continue to investigate this and any other suitable...
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Stucco Damage Repair Below Soil Line

Greetings All. While cleaning out the raised flower bed located in front of the fireplace I found this deterioration of the stucco covering the brick fireplace. The attached photo shows a concrete...
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