You don't need a deep base primer. Use a top quality primer and have it tinted a medium gray.For the paint, avoid discount houses and big box stor...
BobFMember since 10/19/98
Hardware stores sell a razor blade scraper. This works well if the glass is smooth.
Lots of questions...I don't know about Mass. but a good painter figures in the size of the room, condition of the walls, and the number of doors an...
My first reaction was a tripped GFCI. This is quite common in a basement. A GFCI has two buttons in the middle - test and reset. The GFCI for t...
For the .22 hammer, try the number 3 load first. The load depends on how hard your concrete is.
Better to run a separate circuit because the basement cicuits are most likely protected by a GFCI.
You need the plastic grommets used for this purpose. The steel studs have holes pre-cut. The edges are very sharp and may cut the wire.
Best option is to build a full wall about 1/2" to 1" inside of the half wall.
A glaze is not the answer. Glaze looks nice, but you still need to put a protective coat over it.You can just paint a semi-gloss over the eggshell...
The water from the skim coating will remove even more of the liner.Best is to remove all of it, then skim coat to get a smooth surface. If the wal...
The seed will remain dormant until you get several days where the temp is in the high 60's or warmer.Second best time to sow new grass seed is mid-...
No need to "plug the gaps". I would, however, insulate. Insulating the basement walls has one of the highest paybacks of any energy project. Ins...
You'll never get anyone in time to fix whats needed before the table arrives. I wouldn't put down any floor until I'm sure the water is no longer ...
Thats ok. You don't need the smae brand to do what you want to do.
The question I have is - why?I think you intend on using the ***** paint as a primer. If you need a primer, then use a primer.
If there was a good coat of varnish or poly it might come off with some elbow grease using a scotch pad.I doubt this is the case, though.You can tr...
My first guess would be that water from the shower is getting onto the floor and leaking into the floor or wicking into the wall. Second guess wou...
Depends in part on whether the the switch is before the light or after the light. Sounds like the switch is after the light, ie) power goes to the...
If just want to paint - then no big deal.If you want to retore the stain, then how extensive the damage is depends on the condition of the woodwork...
I'm confused. There's a gap between the door jamb and the drywall or between the trim around the door and the drywall?Or is the trim pulling away ...