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answered How to find joists through sheetmetal ceiling?
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comment Remove Outdoor Carpet Glue
As somebody who went through this exact same project a few years ago I can say with assurance that there is NO EASY WAY TO DO THIS! With that being said, in hindsight, liberal use of a grinding tool to chip away at the surface of the concrete is probably the quickest way, but then you will need to repair the surface of the concrete when you are done. Trust me, thinners, chemicals and wire brushes in 100F summer heat was a painful choice.
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comment How can I stop kitchen sink caulking from peeling off after a few weeks?
I don't understand... if the professional did not install it correctly, why aren't you getting the professional to fix their mistake?
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comment What is the purpose of the “grounding” tab/wire on a 3-prong to 2-prong adapter?
Nor is the human body designed to carry current, but that wouldn't stop it from getting electrocuted when touching a desktop case plugged into a cheater plug that has developed a ground fault. That tab might save someones life regardless. Lesser of two evils I guess.