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12-03-17, 07:00 AM
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Posted By mystang89

So I decided to just spar urethane water based....

So I decided to just spar urethane water based. It says it's superior uv protection, mold & mildew resistant and seals out water. It specifically states that it is for exterior use.

Today I went...
11-05-17, 05:21 PM
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Posted By mystang89

Did a bit more searching and found people dating...

Did a bit more searching and found people dating acrylic waterborne would be good too. Also saw enamel spray but couldn't see if it would protect the wood from mold or if there were any negatives to...
11-05-17, 07:17 AM
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Views: 1,086
Posted By mystang89

Thanks for the replies. I didn't know it...

Thanks for the replies.

I didn't know it would turn grey but yeah, I'd like to prevent that, kind of keep its natural coloring but also really wanted to prevent the mold that is starting to appear...
11-05-17, 06:26 AM
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Posted By mystang89

Outside wood sign

I purchased a farm which had lots of locus trees which needed to be felled. Out of love of those locus trees I decided to make a sign for our farm which was going to be seen from the road. I want to...
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Posted By mystang89

Thanks for the ideas everyone. I'm going to look...

Thanks for the ideas everyone. I'm going to look into the dry well more and see what is necessary to make it. When I get the money I'll spring for the home Depot version. Thanks again
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Posted By mystang89

I don't want to hook it up to the septic. The...

I don't want to hook it up to the septic. The less stuff that goes in there the better plus if someone goes to pour grease down the drain I don't have to worry about the septic tank as there is no...
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Views: 617
Posted By mystang89

Drainage for kitchen sink

So I recently moved into a home built in the early 1900s and found it the kitchen sink doesn't drain into the septic system but drains into the back yard area.... which I'm completely fine with.......
07-31-16, 08:24 PM
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Views: 579
Posted By mystang89

Thank you for that link. Very informative! So if...

Thank you for that link. Very informative! So if I find a home that had a block basement I had pretty much not even consider trying to waterproof it or build rooms down there?
07-29-16, 04:28 AM
Replies: 5
Views: 579
Posted By mystang89

Thanks chandler! One of the houses I was looking...

Thanks chandler! One of the houses I was looking at had water coming in between the wall of the basement and the basement floor. The outside seemed to slope well but I didn't think to look at the...
07-27-16, 05:18 PM
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Views: 579
Posted By mystang89

Preventative maintenance for basement

Hey everybody. I was looking into buying a new house. Well new to me anyways. My house probably be built sometime before 1950. It would have a basement in it as well. I'm sure though that basement,...
05-27-15, 11:47 AM
Replies: 28
Views: 3,964
Posted By mystang89

Hmmm, that could very well be it as I did have...

Hmmm, that could very well be it as I did have much problems with the shower arm leaking when I had finished everything. I put dope on it and checked it before putting the drywall back on behind it....
05-26-15, 05:29 PM
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Views: 3,964
Posted By mystang89

Hi again everyone. I wanted to thank you all...

Hi again everyone. I wanted to thank you all again for the help with the ideas on remodeling my bathroom and give a finished look.

The only problem I have now is that there is an area right...
03-19-15, 05:44 PM
Replies: 28
Views: 3,964
Posted By mystang89

Shop Sterling Ensemble White Vikrell Rectangular...

Shop Sterling Ensemble White Vikrell Rectangular Skirted Bathtub with Right-Hand Drain (Common: 32-in x 60-in; Actual: 23-in x 32-in x 60-in) at Lowe's...
03-19-15, 03:09 PM
Replies: 28
Views: 3,964
Posted By mystang89

OK, so I have the tub in and the directions say...

OK, so I have the tub in and the directions say to screw in the fasteners with the screws which they didn't give me or tell me what type of screws. After looking up what I needed I find they want me...
03-18-15, 04:07 AM
Replies: 28
Views: 3,964
Posted By mystang89

I was thinking it would shift if it was just...

I was thinking it would shift if it was just sand. I'll get the mortar cement and use it but have to admit a little trepidaty about it only because if it does develop a crack years down the road I...
03-17-15, 06:44 PM
Replies: 28
Views: 3,964
Posted By mystang89

Thanks VERY much for the info everyone. I went to...

Thanks VERY much for the info everyone. I went to Lowe's and bought both a tub and the matching surround. I wasnt a huge fan of the tub as it feels flimsy to me when comparing too an americast tub...
03-17-15, 09:52 AM
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Views: 3,964
Posted By mystang89

The is a shower. so that means no go for just...

The is a shower. so that means no go for just painted green board?
03-17-15, 05:38 AM
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Views: 3,964
Posted By mystang89

Hey again, so I finally started demolition and...

Hey again, so I finally started demolition and wow... I think they put more concrete on this bathroom wall than I've seen insome driveways, this had been a pain. Anyway, new question.

Do you ask...
03-01-15, 10:36 AM
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Views: 3,964
Posted By mystang89

I completely agree with you about the glue on...

I completely agree with you about the glue on surrounds and if I went with the surround I was going to take out the wall and screw into the studs.
My wife found corner tubs but on reading they...
03-01-15, 05:31 AM
Replies: 28
Views: 3,964
Posted By mystang89

Thanks everyone! Its exactly as you said...

Thanks everyone!

Its exactly as you said Czizzi, theres no stealing from Bob to give to Joe in this house lol.
We were definitely going with a white color and were wanting to use a vanity...
02-28-15, 08:35 PM
Replies: 28
Views: 3,964
Posted By mystang89

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These are the pictures of my bathroom. The dimensions are 6' 2"x 7' 10" wall to tub wall and wall to door respectively. As you can tell, that's it, there's nothing else. No room....
02-28-15, 09:28 AM
Replies: 28
Views: 3,964
Posted By mystang89

Half bath tub shower

Hi everyone,
I'm trying to destroy my house again and this time I figured I'd start with the bathroom. It's really small and I have myself and 6 kids that are all trying to fit into 1 bathroom so...
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Views: 817
Posted By mystang89

The stove has 3 different air sources. I can...

The stove has 3 different air sources. I can completely shut off 2 of them. Those are the slits on the side of the stove that allows air to come in. I only open those when I am trying to get the...
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Views: 817
Posted By mystang89

Thank you for the responses. @czizzi - I...

Thank you for the responses.

@czizzi - I tried that but normally the downdraft is blows the flame onto my hand or just blows it out.

@bud - Thanks, I'd been wondering if a double wall pipe...
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Views: 817
Posted By mystang89

Something to keep the heat inside the pipe longer

Hi everyone,

So I've about had it up to here :madhell: with the downstairs stove pipe. Every morning when I wake up I have to get the fire going again and smoke fills the entire house. Not only...
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