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Hey Mike - Don't know if you're still working on...

Hey Mike - Don't know if you're still working on this, but one solution that requires no wiring is to feed a gooseneck lamp through the air hose. All you'd have to do is strip it of the parts you...
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Yes, I'm planning to clear coat. Thanks for...

Yes, I'm planning to clear coat.

Thanks for the guidance. I'll be looking onto blasting come next weekend.
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Thanks. With play sand? Didn't know you could...

Thanks. With play sand? Didn't know you could do that. I can use the 50 pound bag of play sand for around $5 vs the 8 pound container of blast media sand for around $30? Are there safety...
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Soda Blasting for Home Shop?

Greetings all,
I've been removing power coating from steel with a wire brush on an angle grinder. I don't mind doing drudge work if there's no other way, but I prefer to work smarter.

Thinking...
07-30-13, 05:12 PM
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Posted By freelance

My next house must have a basement I can stand up...

My next house must have a basement I can stand up in.
07-30-13, 05:08 PM
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I was kind of afraid that's where this was...

I was kind of afraid that's where this was heading. I don't remember a cleanout down there, but I could remove the coupling between my ABS repair and the old galvanized Y. From there it's only a...
07-30-13, 02:46 PM
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Thanks, ray2047. I've used one of those at the...

Thanks, ray2047. I've used one of those at the stand pipe (it's glued) but maybe I didn't let it run long enough. If pugsl is right and the blockage is in the 4" pipe to the street (aprox 30 feet...
07-30-13, 08:40 AM
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Posted By freelance

Thanks, pugsl. That being the case, what's my...

Thanks, pugsl. That being the case, what's my next move? Am I crawling back under the house?
07-29-13, 02:25 PM
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Posted By freelance

Stand pipe at washing machine backing up

This is a problem that I thought I solved. The washing machine, in the garage, drains into a stand pipe. When I do a load of laundry, the water gushes back out of the pipe. This has become...
09-29-10, 03:35 PM
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Can I use a pipe snake on a supply line?

I'm not a plumber, but I've used a snake to clear clogs in drains. Now, the water pressure has dropped to almost nothing in two downstairs sinks (kitchen and bathroom), while the rest of the house...
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