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Posted By Shadeladie

Umm, you've gotten them already. :coffee:

Umm, you've gotten them already. :coffee:
Forum: Water Heaters
02-17-20, 10:40 AM
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Posted By Tumble

A post on a DIY forum and the brand new poster...

A post on a DIY forum and the brand new poster does not want any opinions from "diyers" only experts.

Here's my expert opinion on vinegar, You catch more flies with honey than vinegar. My guess...
02-15-20, 05:59 PM
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Posted By XSleeper

Spackling should be removed imo. It is not at all...

Spackling should be removed imo. It is not at all suitable for large repairs and a repair over it is sure to fail. Large repairs should also be reinforced with tape.
08-17-19, 08:25 PM
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Posted By XSleeper

The "cherry" is just a very thin layer and you...

The "cherry" is just a very thin layer and you are sanding through the thin veneer and into the substrate below. (i.e. you've ruined it.)
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Posted By Norm201

Please don't use the steel wool. It will leave...

Please don't use the steel wool. It will leave the surface open to all kinds of corrosion and stains. Use a chrome polish. It will not only remove the imperfections but will also give it protective...
06-14-19, 11:13 AM
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Posted By Pilot Dane

Fescue is a cool season grass. Depending on your...

Fescue is a cool season grass. Depending on your location you want to be careful with summer fertilizing. You don't want to much growth as it can encourage some problems such as brown patch.
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Posted By Fred_C_Dobbs

Try changing it to something else, reboot, then...

Try changing it to something else, reboot, then change it back to 'do nothing.'
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Posted By marksr

I see no reason to use a primer. As long as the...

I see no reason to use a primer. As long as the old stain is relatively clean and chalk free, the stain should adhere well.
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