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06-23-14, 08:54 AM
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Posted By arkayassoc

Yep, eleven years later, the ice cube trick still...

Yep, eleven years later, the ice cube trick still works!

Rick
04-24-14, 05:48 PM
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Posted By arkayassoc

You replied to a 13 year old thread! It might be...

You replied to a 13 year old thread! It might be better if you start a new thread.

Rick
09-29-10, 11:04 AM
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Posted By arkayassoc

Thanks for clarifying this nearly 6 year old...

Thanks for clarifying this nearly 6 year old post:confused::confused:
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Posted By arkayassoc

Noroomforgloom, You will probably do better...

Noroomforgloom,

You will probably do better posting this as a new post in this forum, rather than as a reply to a 2 year old posting.
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Posted By arkayassoc

And just what does OTR mean?

And just what does OTR mean?
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Posted By arkayassoc

I'm like Bud. I did not know you were not...

I'm like Bud. I did not know you were not supposed to use CFL spotlights with motion sensors. So.....I replaced my spots with CFL's and everything has been working like normal.
08-23-08, 03:03 PM
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Views: 1,286
Posted By arkayassoc

What is a "cash wrap"? What material is it made...

What is a "cash wrap"? What material is it made of?
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Views: 7,792
Posted By arkayassoc

You might also try taking a soft cotton cloth,...

You might also try taking a soft cotton cloth, like a baby diaper, and placing over the stain and then ironing it with an iron. Many times the wax will melt and be absorbed into the cloth.

Be...
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Views: 1,136
Posted By arkayassoc

I find it a little unusual that this occurs with...

I find it a little unusual that this occurs with both hot and cold, and is not there all the time.

Most times this is a result of moisture trapped below the finish. Is this just one spot or the...
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Posted By arkayassoc

There are many commercial rust removers available...

There are many commercial rust removers available which contain sodium hydrosulfite or sodium bisulfite, that I would try, before ones containing an acid as the active ingredient.

I have found...
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Posted By arkayassoc

The original post was in December of 2004. I...

The original post was in December of 2004. I seriously doubt that this person is still checking these message boards for some help, some 3+ years later.
01-15-08, 03:16 AM
Replies: 9
Views: 14,177
Posted By arkayassoc

You can get an exploded parts diagram at the link...

You can get an exploded parts diagram at the link below

http://www.gunspares.co.uk/shopdisplayproducts.asp?id=24437&cat=PT80
11-15-06, 12:40 AM
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Posted By arkayassoc

Anytime you connect two dissimilar metals, it is...

Anytime you connect two dissimilar metals, it is a ticket to galvanic corrosion. The best defense is a dielectric union............... Stay with the dielectric unions!
11-15-06, 12:38 AM
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Posted By arkayassoc

Anytime you connect two dissimilar metals, it is...

Anytime you connect two dissimilar metals, it is a ticket to galvanic corrosion. The best defense is a dielectric union...............
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Views: 1,221
Posted By arkayassoc

If it is grease, it needs an organic solvent to...

If it is grease, it needs an organic solvent to dissolve it. I'd try rubbing alcohol, as it should not harm the finish on the cabinets.
11-15-06, 12:02 AM
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Posted By arkayassoc

Pull the nails and replace them with coarse...

Pull the nails and replace them with coarse thread drywall screws.
11-14-06, 11:51 PM
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Posted By arkayassoc

It can be very easy or very complicated to move a...

It can be very easy or very complicated to move a heat duct, depending on accessibility. Do you have good access from below?

What you are asking would be better posted in the heating and a/c...
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Views: 1,500
Posted By arkayassoc

Bottomline: Amps = Power 12 Amps vs 9 Amps =...

Bottomline: Amps = Power

12 Amps vs 9 Amps = 133% more power.

If you have less power, you can take your time and still cut the same piece of wood or steel, it will just take you longer, and...
11-14-06, 10:54 PM
Replies: 6
Views: 1,136
Posted By arkayassoc

My experience is it is difficult to post a jog on...

My experience is it is difficult to post a jog on this site and get an estimate for the total cost.

The reasons are many, but a few of them are:

- What is the current business climate in your...
10-18-06, 12:05 AM
Replies: 4
Views: 1,241
Posted By arkayassoc

I am not sure what you are saying. Are the ducts...

I am not sure what you are saying. Are the ducts in the ceiling (horizontal) or in the wall (vertical)?

I thought they were in the ceiling, but could not understand the concern about the "top...
10-17-06, 11:50 PM
Replies: 14
Views: 2,422
Posted By arkayassoc

No, silicone and latex are not the same. In...

No, silicone and latex are not the same. In bathrooms and kitchens, I'd opt for silicone (more moisture resistant).

And yes, fill the tub or shower stall/pan.
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Views: 28,018
Posted By arkayassoc

I agree in principle, that you should not mix...

I agree in principle, that you should not mix bleach with anything except water, unless you know what you are doing. Having said that, I cannot think of anything that you could mix bleach (sodium...
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Views: 1,151
Posted By arkayassoc

They have pretty good directions on Wite-Out...

They have pretty good directions on Wite-Out stain removal on their website at http://www.wite-out.com/tips/
Replies: 8
Views: 2,994
Posted By arkayassoc

I'd try hair spray (which contains rubbing...

I'd try hair spray (which contains rubbing alcohol) or just rubbing alcohol. But, again, in an inconspicuous place first!
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Posted By arkayassoc

I doubt that spraying Rustoleum or any type of...

I doubt that spraying Rustoleum or any type of primer on metal that has been coated with WD-40 will do any good.

It'd be like spray painting to bottom of a skillet that you had just sprayed with...
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