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answered Can a cheap angle grinder be used to cut concrete and ceramic tiles?
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comment How to reduce heating of cold water pipes in the ceiling space?
@HighlyIrregular: I was talking about the reflective material going inside or outside the foam insulation.
Jan
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comment How to reduce heating of cold water pipes in the ceiling space?
There isn't a difference in placing the reflective insulation inside or outside the wool/foam. Insulation isn't intelligent; it doesn't know if it should keep something hot or keep it cool, it just insulates. When putting pipes in the ground you put the reflective layer inside the foam because it's more sensetive to tearing.
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answered What methods can be used to make a dark colored window become opaque?
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comment Would you ever wire white and ground together?
@Random832: If there is no proper ground line, you shouldn't use a grounded outlet in the first place. If the ground would get disconnected in a correct wiring, it's still not dangerous like connecting the ground to the neutral, because the casing of the appliance will just be connected to nothing.
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answered Would you ever wire white and ground together?
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