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thanks for both of the speedy replies. I can...

thanks for both of the speedy replies. I can always count on the DIY forums for quick and reliable help.
Enjoy your Sunday....
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Question Simplicity Garden Tractor

My Dad has a (year) 1982 Simplicity garden tractor, model 6216, Manufact# 1690688-1671
It's having probs going into 2nd and 3rd gear. He's being told (here locally--northeast Indiana) that NO PARTS...
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thanks for the reply. what is swp? sherwin...

thanks for the reply. what is swp? sherwin williams?
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oil base or latex

I purchased a used corner entertainment stand that had been previously bought from naked furniture. The original owners painted the whole thing with a crappy latex paint. I'm stripping the top, crown...
02-21-05, 07:27 AM
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Question border

If I want to hang wallpaper, chair-rail height, and add border, does the bottom side of the border overlap the top of the wallpaper, any at all?
or do you match them flush?
Thanks
02-17-05, 10:38 AM
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Posted By k9mom007

I've decided!

thanks for all your input, and you "woke me up", so to speak.....WHAT WAS I THINKING!!!...I have 4 dogs and 2 cats, which means lots of traffic, lots of hair, lots of dust brought in on fur, and cats...
02-17-05, 10:19 AM
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Posted By k9mom007

i agree

thanks annette....I agree about the selvedged edges, and yes, you've got a point, how WOULD a person clean it?
Perhaps I'll just shelf this kooky idea!
Thanks alot!!
02-17-05, 10:12 AM
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Posted By k9mom007

starch

I saw a method of hanging raw fabric with liquid starch. Ever done that? You actually roll the starch on the wall, apply the fabric, and then roll more starch over the fabric. It dries clear.
02-17-05, 07:12 AM
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wallpapering with fabric

I'm wanting to wallpaper with fabric, and I've read several articles about it, i.e., what starch to use, how to apply starch, how to cut overlaps etc. What I don't see is the answer to this: When...
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question about fonts

if I install some fancy new fonts off the internet, and i use them in an email, does the person I send the emai to, have to have the same font installed to view it??....and (most likely) if they...
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Posted By k9mom007

paint

I've always used the paint at K-mart, made by Benjiman Moore...I use the best grade they sell, one coat, and I've never had any problems...some of the walls I painted back in '91 still look good...
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painting laminate furniture

I have several pieces of vinyl laminate furniture, i.e., an entertainment center, microwave cart. etc.....is there a way to prime and paint these??
Thanks
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Posted By k9mom007

whitewash

Thanks Chris...that's exactly what I was looking for...when I'd seen it done on tv, they did use the Portland cement...
Thanks again,
Janice:D
02-18-04, 04:03 PM
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thanks for the link

thanks for the tip...I had run across that one too...but not what I was looking for....a while back I had seen a process where they had actually taken a very watered down mortor mix and slopped it on...
02-18-04, 12:57 PM
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whitewashing brick

anybody have any experience whitewashing brick..i've got fireplace I'd like to do....would appreciate any tips, suggestions and/or websites to visit to do this project.
Thanks:)
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whitewashing brick

I've got a fireplace in my home, the brick is mudd ugly (a dirty dark brownish-red) and I'm interested in whitewashing it.....I'd like any suggestions, links to visit, etc. to help me with this...
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blocked exe's

I do believe you're right......I just sent one to myself, and I didn't get it.....so my server has probably held it....
I'll just zip them as you suggested.
Thanks.
Janice
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Posted By k9mom007

thanks

thanks....but in defense of myself, I DID do a search, and still wasn't finding what I wanted....I found a wonderful little program, since I posted my first question, and here's the link...
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Posted By k9mom007

exe files

thanks fred, i'll check it out!!!
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Question email-able self extracting exe's

can anyone suggest to me a program (s) that would let me make a self extracting exe slide show, that I would be able to email. I have received a few of these over the years, in emails, and still have...
01-17-04, 07:47 AM
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Posted By k9mom007

sink draining..

ok...this will be my last reply cause i don't want to bug you!!...all of the drains are only about a year old....hmmmmm????
01-17-04, 07:33 AM
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Posted By k9mom007

sink draining

nope...the trap is on the "rinsing" side...and that's the side that keeps slowly filling up as I rinse dishes.....i do dishes from right to left...maybe bass-ackwards, but it works with my counter...
01-17-04, 06:58 AM
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Question sink draining

i've got a wierd one here....I have a double stainless steel sink...if I have the drain screwed in on one side, with water in the basin, i.e., doing dishes, and then I keep the other side open for...
09-30-03, 02:42 PM
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Posted By k9mom007

tearing off old siding

well, I wouldn't think so....the insulation is blown in between the sheathing underneath of the clapboard siding, and the plaster walls inside......am I wrong to think this????????
Still wondering...
09-30-03, 04:01 AM
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Question removing lap siding

I've got an old home (1909 dutch colonial), and am going to reside with vinyl...in trying to keep as much of the historical integrity of the home as I can, I've suggested to the carpenters that they...
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