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    I put OSB in my shop and primed the sheets with...

    I put OSB in my shop and primed the sheets with oil based Kilz before putting it up and then top coated it with a latex paint after it was up and it looks good. I did need one small piece to finish...
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    You might look for Baalmic Glaze it is thicker...

    You might look for Baalmic Glaze it is thicker and sweet, I look for one with no added sugar since I'm limiting sugar. There is some natual occuring sugars in it. I use it as a no salt added, no fat...
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    Only on the hot water side, not on cold water.

    Only on the hot water side, not on cold water.
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    No, He is on City water.

    No, He is on City water.
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    Hot Water sputters

    My son had a new hot water heater put in over a month ago and when I was visiting he showed me that when you turn on the hot water on faucets connected to that hot water heater it sputters like when...
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    Most vacuum chambers I have seen/used have at...

    Most vacuum chambers I have seen/used have at least a clear top so you can control the amount of "foam" created when you first draw the vacuum and a lot of air is being pulled out of the wood. This...
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    You might check out Turntex.com, Curtis Seebeck...

    You might check out Turntex.com, Curtis Seebeck is well known in the woodturning community in my area for his chambers and "cactus juice" stabalizing resin. Charles Wagoner is a member of my...
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    Cutting the cardboard and cloth for the bottom...

    Cutting the cardboard and cloth for the bottom like Mike and Al do might be better than wrapping it--Less thickness. For the sides I think I would still wrap it on the top edge. I think it gives a...
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    It's been awhile since I did something similar,...

    It's been awhile since I did something similar, but I cut thin cardboard/heavy cardstock pieces to fit the bottom and cover it with the cloth, wrapping the cloth around the cardboard and cutting the...
  10. Is it safe to laser cut tool drawer foam

    I bought some tool drawer foam where you cut out areas of one layer for your tools and then adhere it to a backing layer. All I could find on the type of material was that it is cross-link,...
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    I would go to a local machine shop if you have...

    I would go to a local machine shop if you have one in the area.
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    Kenneth, I stabilize some wood using a Turntex...

    Kenneth,
    I stabilize some wood using a Turntex vacuum chamber and a HVAC vacuum pump. I also have a paint pressure pot that I made a clear lid for with a seal so I can use it as a vacuum chamber for...
  13. Not an interior decorator, but have hung a lot of...

    Not an interior decorator, but have hung a lot of curtains. How would it look if you ran the rod for the sheer curtain through the header (ruffle) pocket on the sheer curtains?
  14. Must see places in New England near Boston

    My wife and I are going to be in the New England area next week. We will fly into Boston and then be in the Kennabunk Maine area for 4 days with a group working with a church. We will see some of...
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    CrushGrind is a name brand, so I would guess if...

    CrushGrind is a name brand, so I would guess if it is a genuine CrushGrind mechanism it is made by the same company. I don't find their prices exorbitant I do see they vary quite a bit from vendor...
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    1. I am only aware of two types of Crush Grind...

    1. I am only aware of two types of Crush Grind mechanisms, the shaft type and the non-shaft type. I have only used the shaft type. I have a couple of non-shaft mechanisms, but haven't tried them yet....
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    If the batteries are weak, it might be worthwhile...

    If the batteries are weak, it might be worthwhile and cheaper to rebuilt. I believe there is an old thread on here about rebuilding them. I rebuilt both of mine and also bought the Tenergy charger. I...
  18. John, check with Mark Sillay. Marksilly.com. He...

    John, check with Mark Sillay. Marksilly.com. He had a booth at AAW where he was selling an odorless slower setting CA and demonstrating it for a finish. He also was using and selling blocks of Vonax...
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    I'm not familiar with this organization. I tend...

    I'm not familiar with this organization. I tend to check out charities on charitynavigator.org to evaluate before donating.
  20. I agree with the shower curtain (spring tension...

    I agree with the shower curtain (spring tension type) approach. You may need to have the rod pocket at the top of the panel made larger to accommodate the larger size rod, but that would be a lot...
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    We have a two story house with vinyl siding and...

    We have a two story house with vinyl siding and have mold/algae grow in areas that don't get much sun. We have good success using a "Hudson Self-Mixing Hose End Sprayer." I take the black piece of...
  22. How about a shower curtain rod, may not be...

    How about a shower curtain rod, may not be non-ferrous, but would be coated to stand up to getting wet.
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    I would try a piece of Formica or other plastic...

    I would try a piece of Formica or other plastic laminate. Use a light coat of spray contact cement to get an even thin coat and glue it down. No screws, supported entire length except over the...
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    Yes on trying to joint end grain of a narrow...

    Yes on trying to joint end grain of a narrow board a recipe for disaster--Don't try it.
    In your picture are the two pieces just clamped together? If so, are they square to each other? In the...
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    I think I would use 1/4" plywood as several...

    I think I would use 1/4" plywood as several others have suggested, but put a groove in the legs for the plywood to slide into from the top. This takes care of the gap issue. If not a groove, then I...
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