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Nov
13
accepted Is a cork floor pet friendly/durable?
Nov
13
accepted What is the proper preparation to re-apply silicone caulk?
Nov
13
accepted How to find this particular hot water heat pump?
Nov
13
accepted Can you ID this shower system/panel product?
Nov
13
accepted PIR/PUR laminated panels…sources? Similar products? (Interior insulated panels)
Nov
13
comment How can I protect wood and preserve its natural beauty?
are all Polyurethane's prone to yellowing?
Nov
13
asked How can I protect wood and preserve its natural beauty?
Nov
12
comment Should I use a centrifugal or axial fan for server room ventilation?
If the servers are airtight, then perhaps that's the problem? ;)
Nov
12
comment Should I use a centrifugal or axial fan for server room ventilation?
If you have A/C, wouldn't the vent be sucking out as much warm air as cold air?
Nov
12
comment What is the purpose of this Y shaped bit?
How have I never come across this bit before!? I've bent way too many crappy screwdrivers twisting in eye hooks.
Nov
8
comment How can I build and install kitchen cabinets?
Yes, I believe it's more common in Europe for cabinets to be more like furniture (legs, not always attached to structure). That's a good option.
Nov
7
comment How can I hang a heavy bag from this beam in my garage?
@woodchips I can't quite tell from the question, but it sounded like he was drilling from the side. But yea, odds are it's an i-beam.
Nov
7
answered Projects to Pursue while Studs are Bare?
Nov
7
comment How can I create inexpensive storage?
This question is a bit of a non-sequitur. Socks can be stored in pretty much anything, and I'm not sure what origami has to do with it all.
Nov
7
answered How can I hang a heavy bag from this beam in my garage?
Nov
7
answered What paint do I use to paint wood in a bathroom?
Nov
7
comment Where is the best place to store cardboard?
Cardboard is a great mulch, a fuel for fire, food for mold, home for rodents...I'd really suggest recycling.
Nov
6
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Nov
5
comment When repairing a split table top, should I use dowels, biscuits, or something else?
Thanks, Michael! In terms of strength, would dowels and biscuits be comparable? Good point on the Dowels being a lot cheaper up front, though. I have everything but the jig and I doubt that's a whole lot. As for clamping, what do you think of ratchet straps in an 'X' pattern?