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    Based on the crud you mentioned you might try...

    Based on the crud you mentioned you might try BioClean as Terry recommended. I use the Ace Hardware equivalent when drains seem slow and it's done the job.
  2. Poll: Color designation of light is measured in Kelvin....

    Color designation of light is measured in Kelvin. Color temperatures over 5,000K are called cool colors (blueish white), while lower color temperatures (2,7003,000 K) are called warm colors...
  3. The ratio of waste to RO with an RO functioning...

    The ratio of waste to RO with an RO functioning perfectly is about 3-1 or worse depending on incoming water temp, that's a lot of water wasted. The GE unit gets by that using dual membranes and it's...
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    I'll wager there are three good tiles behind that...

    I'll wager there are three good tiles behind that toilet tank ?
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    Check the exterior dimensions and the interior...

    Check the exterior dimensions and the interior dimensions. My guess is that the interior is smaller because the windows are mounted to the exterior brick veneer and back up to the interior...
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    First thing to do is determine if the opening is...

    First thing to do is determine if the opening is square and plumb. If it is there's no need to frame it out. If it's square there's no need for a flanged window, you'll be attaching it directly to...
  7. Thread: Super Salesman

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    Super Salesman

    Superstore hired new salesman. At the end of his first day the manager asked how many customers he served. He responded "1". The manager asked how he was going to survive with only one customer,...
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    I see two screws on the end of the door that...

    I see two screws on the end of the door that haven't been removed . I also see grooves above the top screw and below the bottom screw. Seems to me you could remove both screws and the lock mechanism...
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    Most household filters are of the canister type...

    Most household filters are of the canister type where you turn off the water, unscrew the canister, replace the filter, reinstall the canister, and turn the water back on. There should be no reason...
  10. Thread: Skylights... Grr!

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    I'd suggest you have a professional roofer...

    I'd suggest you have a professional roofer inspect the roof for possible leaks. You're making the assumption that the skylight leaks (even after your friend checked and resealed them). It's been my...
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    Solved the problem with the malfunctioning...

    Solved the problem with the malfunctioning FanTech. Turns out the increased air velocity moved old lint in the ductwork down the pipe until the duct clogged. Pushed a drain cleaner snake up the...
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    I just came online to search for this thread and...

    I just came online to search for this thread and it's at the top :).

    It's been just over a year and the dryer is again taking two cycles to dry clothes and getting very warm to the touch. The...
  13. Thread: Dimmer burned out

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    Installed one similar to that for my brother in...

    Installed one similar to that for my brother in their future babies room when his wife was pregnant. My brother didn't understand why he needed a preset dimmer. Once the baby was born he understood...
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    20' is a long way if 15' of that is on fire....

    20' is a long way if 15' of that is on fire. Check code for acceptable egress windows and get creative with the remodel to expand the kitchen and still maintain a safe exit option.
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    I picked up a side business as an independent...

    I picked up a side business as an independent sales rep for a local window firm and learned a lot about windows/ sliding glass doors.

    First of all Anderson is the Gold standard for windows, and...
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    I agree, masking tape it really tight to the...

    I agree, masking tape it really tight to the seam, caulk it with a quality silicone, wipe it in , and remove the tape before the silicone sets up. I'm of the "An ounce of prevention is worth a pound...
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    I went with a stainless steel sink/ stainless...

    I went with a stainless steel sink/ stainless steel faucet and have off white appliances. I am very happy with the combination. The stainless/stainless looks like an integrated unit (sink/faucet...
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    Since you're in a climate that can handle it, I'd highly recommend a utility sink in the garage with a hand held sprayer. Once you have one you'll wonder how you lived without it.

    Next project is...
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    I had a similar situation and split the space....

    I had a similar situation and split the space. Frame in the pantry so it's about two and a half feet deep on the kitchen side for your pantry. Then put access doors on the right side for the rest of...
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    You might consider this a good excuse to get an...

    You might consider this a good excuse to get an angle grinder and the appropriate blades. The grinder will be messier but the time saved will offset the cleanup time. I don't have an angle grinder...
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    I replaced all the windows in my house. First...

    I replaced all the windows in my house. First window took 4 hours (tiny bathroom window) last window took forty minutes (huge honking picture window). The learning curve is real ....

    Regarding the...
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    I installed a single basin kitchen sink a couple...

    I installed a single basin kitchen sink a couple of years ago and the Mrs and I both love it. We'll never go back to a double basin sink again.

    Most of the stuff we hand wash are pots and pans,...
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    I think you're making the vapor barrier too...

    I think you're making the vapor barrier too complex. Last basement I finished the concrete was cleaned/etched with muriatic acid and sealed with exterior concrete paint from Sherwin Williams....
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    I had the same issue. After spending hours...

    I had the same issue. After spending hours looking for a "soaker tub" I found it was cheaper to buy a whirlpool tub on sale. To adjust for the 32" tub I cut out the 2X4's and put in a header so the...
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    My son and daughter in law just rented in an...

    My son and daughter in law just rented in an apartment down the street. They locked in a one year lease just before the announcement. Rent is now 20% higher than they're paying.

    Sad part is it was...
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