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Bathroom Drywall: Protect walls behind faucet sink from water damage

Water resistant paint is easiest, but not so good overtime. Use two or more coats. it might look cheap, because mirror sticking out. Next would be strip of vinyl (or metal plate) glued and caulked (...
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Bathroom Drywall: Protect walls behind faucet sink from water damage

Paint will protect that 2” strip from splashes. Be sure to wipe those splashes off after they happen. If you don’t already have it, a bead of caulking across the top of the backsplash will prevent ...
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What connector to use for 3/8 AC/flex to metal weatherproof junction box in exposed outdoor location?

AC type cable is not listed for wet locations but MC may be (the stuff I purchase is it has a nylon coating). However you need a wet location connector, the ones I use I think are called. MC “deck” ...
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How do I introduce slope on a rooftop deck?

The main problem you need to be concerned with adding weight, penetrations, and materials to a roof your home was may not have been designed to support. But if you are looking for a lightweight ...
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Plumbers Silicone Grease vs Dielectric Grease

I would guess the key word here is “dielectric” which would imply high voltage flashover and other undesirable electric phenomena could come into play. This would probably not matter greatly in ...
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