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Posted By marksr

I always caulk them, normally after the primer...

I always caulk them, normally after the primer and before the finish coat. Don't apply a bead bigger than you need and use a damp rag/sponge to remove any excess.
09-03-19, 02:48 PM
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Posted By marksr

I've never heard it called a 3 point, that...

I've never heard it called a 3 point, that doesn't even make sense to me since a phillips has 4 grooves/points.
09-02-19, 06:21 AM
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Posted By Tolyn Ironhand

Looks like drywall to me. I think the wood you...

Looks like drywall to me. I think the wood you see is the stud and the picture is sideways.
08-30-19, 03:54 PM
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Posted By roughneck77

Put a pair of channel locks on it and bend it up...

Put a pair of channel locks on it and bend it up 90* from the duct. Hit the channel locks with a mallet/hammer. It’ll drag the drive off the duct.
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Posted By Northern Mike

I think you may be thinking of an SDS Hammer...

I think you may be thinking of an SDS Hammer drill. These come in SDS-Plus or SDS-Max formats (bit diameter).

The rotary hammer to simply a hammer is a function most of these SDS drills have....
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Posted By Marq1

Tipping up a 96" pantry cabinet in a room that is...

Tipping up a 96" pantry cabinet in a room that is 96 3/16" tall is going to be difficult.
08-15-19, 10:29 AM
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Posted By Fred_C_Dobbs

Jethro Bodine aspired to be a "double-naught spy...

Jethro Bodine aspired to be a "double-naught spy (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1MWq6L19eNo)" but I never yet heard anyone say they had a rifle chambered in "thirty-naught-six."
07-01-19, 10:30 AM
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Posted By robert222233

that is ONE of the few things i did know hahaha...

that is ONE of the few things i did know hahaha but i appreciate the heads up!
06-30-19, 11:24 AM
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Posted By klawman213

Thanks XSleeper. I haven't used this forum for a...

Thanks XSleeper. I haven't used this forum for a couple of years, but I remember you and that your 411 is worth taking ( as is the help of most all of the regulars or moderators).
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Posted By worker1234

You are a-ma-zing! Thank you! That helps!

You are a-ma-zing! Thank you! That helps!
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Posted By stickshift

I'm sorry but I have to ask - why is this a...

I'm sorry but I have to ask - why is this a problem?
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Posted By tiresharkdbb

Ok, have to tap the metal back smooth, but this...

Ok, have to tap the metal back smooth, but this is how I will run it.

On top of the one with the hole, one nail on top of flashing to hold it in place, next row trimmed around the boot, then...
05-28-19, 03:11 PM
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Posted By czizzi

Usually shoot for a beefer subfloor system which...

Usually shoot for a beefer subfloor system which is 3/4" + 1/2" then 1/4" cement backer set in a bed of thinset (1/2" is for walls). Once the cement board is down, you can then use self leveling...
05-27-19, 01:53 PM
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Posted By RickyL

Thanks a lot XSleeper, I cleaned out that area....

Thanks a lot XSleeper, I cleaned out that area. It's so great to be able to learn new things about how stuff around the house functions. I really appreciate it.
05-23-19, 09:57 AM
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Posted By NWHikerOR

Smile Hi Everyone, I just wanted to show you the...

Hi Everyone,
I just wanted to show you the finished pics. Sorry for the delay, but life got in the way! Anyway, I finished this weekend and here is the result. I painted the walls a new color as...
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Posted By Bud9051

I agree maybe he should have mentioned the lack...

I agree maybe he should have mentioned the lack of lower venting but it really isn't part of his job. Venting is part of the insulation contractors responsibility so would not expect a roofing...
04-28-19, 08:57 AM
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Posted By 2john02458

The wood under is probably not going to be very...

The wood under is probably not going to be very good or provide a satisfactory surface. You would be better off putting a new veneer over the existing. It is not hard to do.
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Posted By marksr

Painted popcorn is a lot harder to remove! Before...

Painted popcorn is a lot harder to remove! Before I'd resort to a belt sander :eek: I'd just skim coat the ceiling.
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