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Posted By jules_1968

hey now. I have a little electric Karcher and it...

hey now. I have a little electric Karcher and it works just fine. :)

There is a video on youtube about cleaning without a power washer: YouTube - Brick Cleaning...
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Posted By jules_1968

Thanks, Rebel. The plumber had me turn the water...

Thanks, Rebel. The plumber had me turn the water main off and I've done some plumbing before.

I didn't want to call the plumber unless it was absolutely necessary. It is. A new hot water...
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Posted By jules_1968

Brand New Roman Tub Spout Dripping

Plumber installed it yesterday and it drips a single drop every 5 minutes. Grrr...

I'm attaching the manufacturers's's's technical .pdf file.

Any help would be greatly appreciated!
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02-09-10, 04:42 PM
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Posted By jules_1968

There is only about 1/2 inch visible on each...

There is only about 1/2 inch visible on each side. The opening should have been 23 1/4 and he made them 24 1/2. I did a dry run with plywood and it looked good, NO gap!

I have some metal corner...
02-09-10, 01:06 PM
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Posted By jules_1968

Medicine cab opening too big

My contractor/best friend said he 'left a little wiggle room' when he framed out the openings for the medicine cabinets...

There is a large gap on each side of both cabinets, too wide to caulk and...
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Posted By jules_1968

Thanks, DIY. Actually, I saw that thread earlier...

Thanks, DIY. Actually, I saw that thread earlier and it made me realize that going around the bar was totally necessary. The bar will be left with the house, it's too big to move. It looks like it...
09-28-07, 07:53 AM
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Posted By jules_1968

I had no idea that placing heavy objects was a...

I had no idea that placing heavy objects was a pretty serious issue! We are going to go around the bar and I have posted a question about the pool table in the laminate flooring forum.

I will...
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Posted By jules_1968

A possible solution for pool table on laminate flooring?

I'm a little nervous about placing a heavy (900 lbs) pool table on a laminate floor. The area has an L-shaped bar 8 feet from the pool table, we are going to install the laminate around the bar so...
09-26-07, 07:53 AM
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Posted By jules_1968

Will this look ok?

Our basement is 30 feet long and 18 feet wide and we are in desperate need of new flooring, our current carpeting is nasty.

I REALLY want to install laminate but my husband thinks that it would be...
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Posted By jules_1968

The previous finish was a totally solid acrylic...

The previous finish was a totally solid acrylic stain by Cabot... it looked just like paint.

Since I've gotten most of it off, our deck obviously looks brand new. I kind of miss the wood look.
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Posted By jules_1968

Sanding and re-staining a deck

I have been sanding my deck for the past 3 days to remove all traces of a 100% acrylic stain. We had MAJOR peeling issues that power washing alone couldn't fix. I went a little crazy on some parts so...
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