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  1. I’m not talking about just furniture against the...

    I’m not talking about just furniture against the wall, like literally everything, including my kitchen set in the middle of the room has this issue
  2. My only concern with a dehumidifier is wouldnt...

    My only concern with a dehumidifier is wouldnt there constantly be moist air constantly coming through the open windows? Or are dehumidifiers effective enough to make up for this?
  3. Is there a way to prevent wooden furniture and wall from getting moldy in non ac home

    I live in an 1870 farmhouse in southeastern PA that I bought 3 years ago, and donít have AC. The house stays comfortable so I donít feel I need it, but mold is an issue. Upstairs is usually fine, but...
  4. Sandblasting finish off wood furniture?

    Finishing is my least favorite job in woodworking but all the jobs I get for money are refinishing jobs. I have an antique cabinet Iím working on now with really crappy finish which is gonna have to...
  5. What do you guys mean by moisture? Like humidity...

    What do you guys mean by moisture? Like humidity or moisture from the outside? The siding is in good shape but I’d be willing to bet there’s no vapor barrier. Considering the house was built this...
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    Poll: Thereís a large one near me thatís still open,...

    Thereís a large one near me thatís still open, but itís a dump and nobody works there. The inside and outside of it are completely run down, and thereís been times where I had to walk out because I...
  7. Cause of paint cracking and flaking off plaster walls?

    I bought an 1870 house a year and a half ago which was painted right before it sold. About half the walls are plaster and the other half have been redone with drywall. On the plaster walls, the paint...
  8. Ok thanks, now I know that this is normal for...

    Ok thanks, now I know that this is normal for contractors. I may end up doing it myself, it does look easy and thereís plenty of YouTube videos. My biggest fear is opening the main panel, and I live...
  9. Whats a normal waiting time for an electrician to come out and do a job?

    Im hiring an electrician to install a sub panel in my shop, and I went with a guy that a lot of people recommended. First time hiring an electrician. However, it took half a week for him to return my...
  10. How are you supposed to use a roof jack when replacing a roof?

    I need to replace a section of my second story asphalt roof, which has a 9:12 pitch. Iíve only replaced a few roofs which were either one story or 6:12. I plan to use roof jacks and a harness/anchor...
  11. The size I need is like $650 a day. I canít get a...

    The size I need is like $650 a day. I canít get a small one because it has to be parked back a bit to be on level ground.
  12. Best way to access my gutters/fascia for cleaning and painting?

    I bought a new house recently, and the only major job I have to do is clean the gutters and paint the fascia/soffit. I have a really big ladder that can reach the roof on the sides of the house, but...
  13. Black spots on red oak after being wet?

    I have a project Iím working on made out of red oak. After giving a good sanding, I wet the whole thing to open up the pores before final sanding. After it dried, there were a bunch of black spots...
  14. What to do with the top of the corner posts on my trunk?

    Im just about finished my trunk, I just started sanding it down. One thing I donít like is the top of my corner posts stand out like a sore thumb, and Iím not sure what I want to do here. I was...
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    Help with drawing my curved trunk lid

    Ok so Iím tired of making furniture with all 90 degree angles, so Iím trying to make a somewhat curved lid for the trunk Iím making. The lid isnít going to be perfectly curved, it will have a flat...
  16. I work out of a 15x9 shed so I don’t have the...

    I work out of a 15x9 shed so I don’t have the same issue, but there’s still a big need for conserving space. My shed is tall, and I take advantage of that by making plenty of shelving for small tools...
  17. Preventing static in dust collector hose?

    I have a harbor freight dust collector with a 10í flex hose that I use for just about everything. Iíve never really had static issues in the past but for some reason itís really bad this year; the...
  18. Is becoming a union carpenter a good career move?

    Right now I'm at a job I got out of college working as an operator at a titanium factory. It's a decent job, pays better then my major, and people that work there awhile make pretty good money, but...
  19. After doing some further research, I think I'm...

    After doing some further research, I think I'm going to reconsider at the moment. I do want a CNC machine for personal use, I already have a relatively decent woodshop. But I'll probably wait until I...
  20. I can't quite post a picture from my mobile...

    I can't quite post a picture from my mobile device, but it's aluminum framed and has a watercooled 2.2kw motor. The area it's able to work is 32x22x5"
  21. Well I'm not looking to make $100,000 a year, I'm...

    Well I'm not looking to make $100,000 a year, I'm just hoping to at least make the machine pay for itself. There's one still for sale for only $2,000, but it's a homemade unit. Would this draw any...
  22. I was thinking something box related as well....

    I was thinking something box related as well. Simple boxes would be the easiest to produce, so if I maybe made them into something like urns or maybe even trunks for horse gear (horses are big...
  23. Solid works was what we used in high school, and...

    Solid works was what we used in high school, and I even used it a bit in college so I'm still relatively familiar with it. We had to transfer it to another program before sending it to the machine...
  24. Is a CNC router a good investment as far as making money off woodworking?

    I do woodworking as a winter hobby and have a small shop. Everything I do inside the shop is for personal use. I've never really even considered doing stuff for profit because I would have to charge...
  25. I'm sorry, "more than a doctor" was a bit of an...

    I'm sorry, "more than a doctor" was a bit of an exaggeration but you know what I mean. The pipeline they're installing is a natural gas pipeline and I'm not sure what they're using to weld it.

    I...
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