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    Lots of times, like a flooring nail gun and...

    Lots of times, like a flooring nail gun and roofing nail gun from HF to name a couple - cheaper than renting, plus more flexibility. Just bought the cheapest large pad sander that I could find to...
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    Yes, squeaky floors are the result of the sub...

    Yes, squeaky floors are the result of the sub floor inadequately attached to the floor joists. If you can't add screws or nails from above, one option would be to squirt/force some adhesive between...
  3. Tom, I had a Porter Cable originally purchased...

    Tom,

    I had a Porter Cable originally purchased in the '70's that died. I took it to my local electric motor repair shop. They said the older ones are worth rewinding/repair. So, I oped for that...
  4. Phil, First, thank you for your service. ...

    Phil,

    First, thank you for your service. Considering your question, I hope that you were ready for different opinions which is normal to this site. Just remember, all are sincere...
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    Replacement Wiper Blades

    I couldn't help but notice that replacement wiper blades were about $5 to $28 while in the farm and home store last week. Over time I've usually went for the cheaper end. I've just not have...
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    Ole,thanks for the suggestion. I previously...

    Ole,thanks for the suggestion. I previously considered Muratic acid but withdrew due to possibly being too harsh. However, I tried it on a inconspicuous spot, worked good. So, I continued with all...
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    I'm not sure they have the style you're...

    I'm not sure they have the style you're interested in, but take a look at SAS. American made; have insoles.
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    Mortar spots on deck - cleaning

    I accidently got a little sloppy and tracked some mortar onto my deck boards (Trex brand). It's dried. Now, I need to remove them. I've used a solution of TSP & water using a stiff scrub brush. ...
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    Exterior wood finish ??

    Please provide recommendations for a exterior finish over a stained red grandis wood (mahoghany family) that I plan to use for a countertop for an outside cook station. The countertop will be...
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    Shop dust buildup

    Maybe it's just me, but a lot of my shelves, tools, etc. accumulate dust over time and it seems to stick tight to various surfaces. I use my shop on an irregular basis. I try to give it a pretty...
  11. Liberty Hardwoods also has an outlet in Ankeny,...

    Liberty Hardwoods also has an outlet in Ankeny, IA.
  12. Bruce, Our most sincere wish for a speedy and...

    Bruce,

    Our most sincere wish for a speedy and full recovery. Thanks for sharing. I had a mishap a few years back - my left thumb just brushed the blade. I did loose a little feeling in the...
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    Bob, sorry looks like my reply ended up below...

    Bob, sorry looks like my reply ended up below another post. Thanks for your post.
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    Thanks, Bob, your intentions mirror mine except...

    Thanks, Bob, your intentions mirror mine except ours is a wood framed deck. Our floor joists are on 12" centers so I think we'll be OK, but I'll check the load rating chart. My initial thoughts...
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    Outside Cooking Station

    We are planning to add an outside cooking station to the deck we finished last Fall. We want it to nest an XL Big Green Egg and a Weber Grill. Given our location in Iowa, what construction...
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    Convert grill from LP to natural gas

    We have a Weber Genesis grill, currently LP. I'd like to convert to natural gas. Weber said they have no conversion kits. Has anyone performed this conversion?
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    Thanks, Malcolm. I appreciate the info and...

    Thanks, Malcolm. I appreciate the info and suggestions.
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    Thanks, Carlos, for the nice detailed...

    Thanks, Carlos, for the nice detailed explanation. I sincerely appreciated it.
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    Matt, in second thought, maybe I can run wires. ...

    Matt, in second thought, maybe I can run wires. I'm looking at 3 cameras, 2 of which likely can be wired into a central location in the garage. Then, I have to use some imagination in running the...
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    Thanks, Matt. I just don't want to run wires...

    Thanks, Matt. I just don't want to run wires from several different directions :(
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    Thanks, Jim. I'm now realizing that so looks...

    Thanks, Jim. I'm now realizing that so looks like I need to redirect my search.
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    [QUOTE=Al Launier;2814887]Nest ...

    [QUOTE=Al Launier;2814887]Nest https://nest.com/cameras/nest-cam-indoor/overview/ My nephew has this & is able to monitor his home via his cell phone. He loves it. You can also get it with audio &...
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    Same here - my HF is accurate enough for my work

    Same here - my HF is accurate enough for my work
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    House security to PC

    Sorry if this has been asked before; I searched and didn't find anything.

    Does anyone know of or recommend a wire-free security camera system in which the cameras can feed into a PC for storage...
  25. Hi Dave, First, welcome to woodworking. This...

    Hi Dave,

    First, welcome to woodworking. This is a great site to get all kinds of advice, opinion, etc. Concerning your question, get ready for a lot of comments/opinion.
    Second, my thoughts -...
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