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The drywall mud is just as likely to stick to the aluminum flashing as it is to the board. Just observe how well dried mud sticks to your drywall mud taping knives. It may be possible to put a light coat of mineral oil or silicon lubricant spray on the metal beforehand to minimize the mud adhesion. But you would definitely want to experiment with some small ...


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While the polymeric "sand" may last a big longer, I would just as soon see least small-grain plastic released into the wild. Real sand is just crushed rock, is completely inert so far as animal digestive tracts are concerned, and so on. Plastic detritus from all sorts of trash sources (either originally microparticles such as in body washes or broken-down ...


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I live in the Pacific Northwest also. I have done several paver walks, I have used regular sand and polymeric sand. What I have found is a good even base is the most important part of the job. Regular sand tends to need a new bag about every 3 years and polymeric is going on 5 but will need an add this year. For me both tend to grow grass because our horses ...



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