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08-20-19, 08:42 PM
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Posted By Joan Carol

Okay, now I should be set. I was looking at...

Okay, now I should be set. I was looking at "throat depth" from the wrong direction, so to speak. Thanks again for all the good advice, this forum is the best! :)
08-20-19, 06:05 PM
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Posted By Joan Carol

Thanks, Bob - glad to say, though, the stool on...

Thanks, Bob - glad to say, though, the stool on this window can be pushed back into place, maybe because there's no apron.

XS, thanks for the tip about the rags, that will save a lot of work later...
08-17-19, 06:39 PM
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Posted By Joan Carol

I could have thought about it for a hundred years...

I could have thought about it for a hundred years and that never would have occurred to me. Just went and looked at the window and it's going to work perfectly.

Thanks so much for the great...
08-17-19, 06:29 PM
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Posted By Joan Carol

OK, sorry, I just read your advice over again and...

OK, sorry, I just read your advice over again and now I see what you mean about how to clamp it - thank you! :)
08-17-19, 06:26 PM
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Posted By Joan Carol

This may be one of those situations where you...

This may be one of those situations where you have to look at the thing in person to see the problem.

Basically, since all of the sill (stool) that stuck out cracked off, there's nothing left...
08-17-19, 05:26 PM
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Posted By Joan Carol

Yes, thanks, it is the stool. Also, I...

Yes, thanks, it is the stool.

Also, I don't know if this matters, but this window doesn't have an apron under the stool. There used to be a radiator right under the window, that may have been...
08-17-19, 05:21 PM
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Posted By Joan Carol

I looked at the instructions (thanks for those)...

I looked at the instructions (thanks for those) but so far haven't figured out how to post a picture. Will keep trying. My phone screen is pretty tiny, which complicates things.

The sill cracked...
08-17-19, 10:20 AM
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Posted By Joan Carol

Question Cracked window sill

I have a window sill that is cracked all the way across and is pretty much hanging by a thread. Someone tried to stand on it, believe it or not.

The crack is right back toward the window, so...
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Views: 434
Posted By Joan Carol

Bondo, huh? Thanks for the idea, I always wanted...

Bondo, huh? Thanks for the idea, I always wanted to use Bondo on something! Maybe I'll add fins to the railings ;)
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Posted By Joan Carol

Great, PJmax, good to know it'll set up. I'll...

Great, PJmax, good to know it'll set up. I'll definitely keep it covered
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Views: 434
Posted By Joan Carol

OK, StickShift, thanks! What would you use to do...

OK, StickShift, thanks! What would you use to do that? I said the gap was the size of a ping-pong ball, but on second thought, it's more golf ball size, and really kind of down in there, and...
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Posted By Joan Carol

Okay, thanks! I kind of forgot about wood...

Okay, thanks! I kind of forgot about wood filler, but thinking about it now, there may even be a container of it in the cellar.

I'm wondering if it's going to cure once I pack that rotten area,...
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Views: 434
Posted By Joan Carol

Question Whether to spackle rotted-out hole in deck?

I'm doing a down-and-dirty job of re-staining my back porch/deck, which hasn't been touched in four years.

The railings are topped by wide flat horizontal boards, one of which has had a heavy...
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Posted By Joan Carol

I had the same situation with the same stain, and...

I had the same situation with the same stain, and once the rain ended and the deck really dried, it was fine.

This was awhile ago, though, and Sikkens must have reformulated since then to lower...
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