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asked What is the best way to lay brick pavers on concrete porch
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revised Is it okay to put a heat pump water heater in a crawl space?
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asked Is it okay to put a heat pump water heater in a crawl space?
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asked Is it safe to install a three pronged wire into a four pronged dryer?
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comment How to fix a bump in the carpet?
@ChrisCudmore It's attached to the floor as in wall-to-wall carpet. It's not just laying there. Pictures might say otherwise
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comment How to fix a bump in the carpet?
@NiallC. reddish color isn't a stain. I guess my phone camera was messing up.
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asked How to fix a bump in the carpet?
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comment How Can I re-attach my bathroom fixtures which are hanging loose from the wall?
That is correct. I can push them up against the wall but they don't stay up.
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asked How Can I re-attach my bathroom fixtures which are hanging loose from the wall?
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accepted How can I cover water stains on this wall
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asked How can I cover water stains on this wall
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accepted how to find out my primer color
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asked how to find out my primer color
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comment Which primer to use on an old drywall?
My house and kitchen aren't pained so I don't want only one wall to have paint. Thats why I don't plan on putting paint right now. Also, do you recommend any particular brush & roller for primer? I'm going with this primer: homedepot.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/…
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comment Which primer to use on an old drywall?
Thanks a lot for this explanation. It'll help me a lot. I'm just a little confused about this "Make sure that the primer you choose will work with the type of paint -- oil-based or water-based (aka latex paint)" I don't have paint on the wall right now neither do I plan on painting the wall. I had simply white primer to begin with and thats what I plan on having afterwards as well. So I don't need to worry about the oil based or water based paint right?