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Jul
13
revised Moving Romex (or other NMB cable) to under the subfloor?
Romex's IP folks sent us an EXTREMELY polite letter explaining the need for them to request that their name isn't used generically. Since it was so respectful AND the change actually made the broadened applicability clearer, I saw no reason not to oblige. Also, minor edits for flow.
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May
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Dec
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Dec
2
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Dec
2
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Sep
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Aug
18
revised Is there a way to unscrew a light bulb that has broken?
Added more prosaic detail on technique, plus a link to video illustration.
Feb
16
awarded  Notable Question
Feb
5
comment A screw driver tip that won't hurt painted screws?
Not sure those will work - they seem designed for rimless glasses. I don't know that much about them, but it looks like they only come in incredibly small sizes...
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Aug
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Aug
27
comment What is a humane, safe and clean way to dispose of a live mouse caught in a glue trap?
I'll confess to having done this, as I couldn't think of another alternative that I could actually bring myself to do, but I'm not sure how humane it is - drowning seems like a pretty awful way to go. I actually found the struggle very upsetting.
Jul
10
accepted How can I avoid bubbles when applying an enormous sticker to plywood?
Jul
8
revised How can I avoid bubbles when applying an enormous sticker to plywood?
Minor typo fixin, plus question mark addition in title. All being written up very passively here.
Jul
8
asked How can I avoid bubbles when applying an enormous sticker to plywood?
Jun
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Apr
30
revised Will spilling a little liquid (beer, say) on untreated plywood for very little time damage or warp it?
Added edit addressing support.
Apr
30
asked Will spilling a little liquid (beer, say) on untreated plywood for very little time damage or warp it?
Apr
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