Has anyone here covered the fibreboard and faux oak end of a bathroom
vanity with a think piece of oak? I'm not talking veneer, but a thin
piece of red oak plywood. If you have done this, did you succeed? How
did you attach the wood? The rest of the vanity is nice red oak; too
bad they don't make it all from red oak and charge a few $ more.
Caulk: Caulking around a tub and then running a wet finger down the
bead to make a nice, even curve is a bit like Superman flying. It can
be done on TV and in the movies, but--and this may shock you--men can't
really fly, and only skilled video special effects people can make the
caulk trick work.
In replacing the yellowed and dried-out caulk around my tub I found
that in some areas the space between the tiles and the tub was deep
(not wide, but deep). My finger pushed the caulk into the crevice, so
that little remains visible. Thus, I have unevenness.
Is it advisable to put new caulk on top of the caulk that I put in
earlier? That caulk has set, but the rehab project is not complete and
the tub has not been used, i.e., the caulk is still clean.
4,000 precious American soldiers dead for nothing. $7 trillion in debt.
Diminished influence abroad. National pride turned to national shame.
Sanctioned corporate corruption. Lies. Stunning incompetence. Torture.
Suspension of habeas corpus. Anti-science, anti-intellectual,
anti-rational. The opposite of "progressive" is still "regressive."
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