I just got a nice big stainless steel sink for our kitchen. I love it, except it is loud and "tinny" when you drop stuff in it. I am thinking of pulling it out, and painting the entire underside with that thick.. black coating that is available for coating the back of pickup read more...In article: Deadening stainless steel sink noise.
This isn't really much in the way of a "fine woodworking" question, but I hope it will be close enough to on topic. I bought a metal shelving unit that uses particle board to put on top of the structure. The particle board, of course, is unfinished. read more...In article: Sealing edge of particle board
I have a forced air system. At night I would like to be able to stop or reduce the heat pouring in to certain rooms. Our current ceiling registers can only be dampened with a screwdriver (what a dumb idea!) and that sort of precludes daily adjustment. read more...In article: Ceiling register with pull chain?
I have plastic toilet seats. There is a yellow urine stain on the underside of the toilet seat from backsplash. I can't remove it! I've tried cleaner with bleach and that takes care of most of it, but not All of it. I would love to take a scrub brush to it, but don't know what is safe to read more...In article: how do I clean urine stain on underside of plastic toilet seat?
I have read on these newsgroups that one teaspoon of Epsom salt mixed in a gallon of water will help blue evergreens to be extra blue. I apply the teaspoon of Epsom salt dissolved in a gallon of water, then I water generously. It does work, they are nice and blue. read more...In article: How Often Can I Apply Epsom Salts for Blue Spruce?
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posted on 11-19-2018I have an out door faucet which is fed from a pipe in my basement. The basement temperature is never less than 70 degrees. The pipe to the outside goes through a concrete block wall to the outside ... read more »
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