Have you tried Murphy's Oil Soap? With any new product you try, use it in a inconspicuous spot first and see how it works for you.
hcbphMember since 09/25/03
I had the same problem in my house (about 95 yrs old), kids hanging on the handrail dug in a it worked loose. I took the brackets off and plastere...
I have both a electronic and a mechanical stud finder. The mechanical one is shaped like a horseshoe and has a little arm in the middle with a mag...
Most filler will not stain the same as 'real' wood. You can tone it, custom mix up stain and using a artists brush, touch it up to match the wood....
Replaced mine a couple of years ago. Had water dripping occasionally on the burner. Turned out the unit was starting to leak. If that's what's g...
Talk to your local building inspector. When I was preparing to put in a sub-box a few years ago, I had a meeting with my inspector first. He was ...
Depending on the situation, I've used a finish nailer with 15 gauge 1 1/2" to 2 1/2" nails in it. Alternate is using a 18 gauge brad nailer with 1...
I've got a table saw, power miter box along with a Radial Arm Saw, among others. If you can afford a 12" miter box, go for that over a 10". Altho...
Hanging the fan is the easy part, wiring it will be the problem.There's a bracket you can get at your home supply that will work. It has spiked en...
I'ld get the various wires as far apart as you can. Along with that, I'ld use Cat5 or Cat5e wire for the phone drop you use for the computer. It'...
I don't know where you're at, but here you cannot have antenna wire and power wires in the same conduit. I was able to run 2 separate conduits sid...
Gac,Whit.millwork is steering you right on using a nailer. Use a finish nailer with 15/16 gauge nails. They're flat cut on the tips so it's less ...
There are a couple of other possibilities here in addition to those mentioned. Could be a twisted/pinched host. Could be a stopped up strainer on...
I've been using a 8" on my saw for years. If your throat plate isn't large enough, maybe make your own 'zero clearance' insert for the dado head.
I suggest you pull the light and see what it's wires are, assuming they just thread throught the center of the fan. You should be able to see the ...
If your table's finish has turned gummy, then there's not much chance of saving it. If on the other hand, it's something on the finish then you mi...
You can also get undrilled handwheels from Grizzly Tools and then have them drilled for your saw.