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Jun
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revised Most important features when selecting a tile saw?
Updating question to avoid being off topic.
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revised Most important features when selecting a tile saw?
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asked Most important features when selecting a tile saw?
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accepted Can I use SharkBite connectors on a copper stub out?
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comment How do I pre-wire for in-ceiling speakers and give a clean finished look without installing speakers for several months?
Thanks for the bushing idea, that is the kind of "plug" I have been looking for. I like the small form factor that will allow for an array of options—such as mounting a speaker to the ceiling or going with in-ceiling speakers and cutting a larger hole—without needing as large a hole as a low-voltage box.
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accepted How do I pre-wire for in-ceiling speakers and give a clean finished look without installing speakers for several months?
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comment How do I pre-wire for in-ceiling speakers and give a clean finished look without installing speakers for several months?
I would rather not have to keep a log on where the wires are. This gives easy access to the wires for mounting speakers later, but keeps a clean finished look.
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asked How do I pre-wire for in-ceiling speakers and give a clean finished look without installing speakers for several months?
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comment Can I use SharkBite connectors on a copper stub out?
I decided ultimately to purchase a different tub spout than the one that came with the Moen shower/tub kit I purchased. The cost of purchasing soldering materials is the same as purchasing a new Moen tub spout with a slip-on connection. Thanks for the tip.
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asked Can I use SharkBite connectors on a copper stub out?
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accepted How can I paint both sides of a door without waiting for each side to dry first?
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comment How can I paint both sides of a door without waiting for each side to dry first?
Yep 1/3 gal per minute and I did use the 415 tip. The Sherwin-Williams HGTV Interior Semi-gloss worked wonderfully!
Feb
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comment How can I paint both sides of a door without waiting for each side to dry first?
I sprayed them last night leaning against the wall and was able to get both sides by carefully turning them around and making sure that only an 1/8" or less of the top was making contact with the wall. Checked them this morning, I had no runs and the paint seems to be adhering really well. Thanks for the advice on the Flotrol, I will have to try that when I start spraying the rest of the basement.