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By far the best hose I have ever used is a...

By far the best hose I have ever used is a flexeel. I bought a 1/4" x 50' then bought another. Now everyone at work has them. If you do any work with a nail gun above your head you will see why they...
02-17-08, 10:51 PM
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Do yourself a favor and use liquid nails behind...

Do yourself a favor and use liquid nails behind all your trim. It will pay off, as it will keep your trim from coming loose over the years. I have door casing headers in my house that can support my...
02-16-08, 01:14 PM
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Something similar. This has also become a...

Something similar.

This has also become a big problem for us at work now that everyone likes to use metal studs for everything. We either have to attach backing with screws, or if the crown is...
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When we install fake beams, we also used liquid...

When we install fake beams, we also used liquid nails. I don't know what kind of glues they had in the 60's, but that might be your problem. You could probably cut the beams down the middle, in...
02-13-08, 03:58 PM
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Yes we use these at work. You put it in the...

Yes we use these at work. You put it in the corner of the wall, and it will tell you the exact miter and bevel for that 43.8 deg wall. Perfact joints every time. I believe I saw the same thing at ...
02-13-08, 03:48 PM
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You will be fine with liquid nails and nail the...

You will be fine with liquid nails and nail the crown backer on. Screws will definitely be better. When we run miles of this stuff at work, we use liquid nails and cross nail everything. Unless it is...
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How about a man made wood look a like? Like Trex...

How about a man made wood look a like? Like Trex or something similar? It is made for decks, but you might be able to make it work. Here the sizes http://www.trex.com/design/profiles.aspx#artisan

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02-11-08, 01:04 PM
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Coping anything that is paint grade is just...

Coping anything that is paint grade is just silly. Sure if you do it right it will look good, but it is a waist of time, and you can get the same look with a little caulking. Even when we cope in...
02-11-08, 12:22 PM
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What I do is, cut off the corner that will touch...

What I do is, cut off the corner that will touch the ceiling and the wall just enough that it will not touch any build up. The reason for it being a 1/16 shy is so when you are finished you don't...
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Posted By toolrank

The best way is to match the other door trim you...

The best way is to match the other door trim you already have.

You will have to rip down the sides quite a bit. The top you will leave full size. You want a 1/4" reveal on the trim all the way...
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I never said they revive the batteries, I said...

I never said they revive the batteries, I said they rebuild them. They do go in and replace every cell. I don't know if they are up to the same quality of OEM but if they are, they would still be...
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Posted By toolrank

I have seen ads on my website that say they...

I have seen ads on my website that say they rebuild batteries. I've never clicked on the link, but It sounds like it might be an option for you. You might wanna try google.
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Poplar, and MDF are going to be the easiest to...

Poplar, and MDF are going to be the easiest to paint. MDF will make a lot of dust, but it will really cut down on the sanding time. MDF is a good product, if it is well sealed.
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Posted By toolrank

I cant see the layout of the room, but why not...

I cant see the layout of the room, but why not install the crown on the soffit too?
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