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eb_mn

08:17AM | 07/29/02
Member Since: 07/24/02
3 lifetime posts
This sure is a **** poor forum! Can't get even one reply to my question!

Chrisnp

11:23AM | 07/31/02
Member Since: 07/09/02
16 lifetime posts
I would like to suggest that you also try other websites such as www.handymanwire.com & post your question(s) or go to your local library -- they will have tons of info plus your local hardware store i.e. ***** & Home Depot might able to help you. The moderators are probably busy -- i'm assuming most of them are contractors and this is the season for home improvements. Goodluck!

GlennG

01:44PM | 08/01/02
First let me explain something to you. Moderators are not here to answer all the questions that are posted on this bulletin board. We are here to monitor it against misuse and to keep it running the way it was intended. This is a do-it-yourself forum where you can communicate with other do-it-yourselfers about problems and ideas. If you are looking for a professional opinion you should go to the “Expert Advice” section of this website. There you can find the answer to virtually any construction/renovation problem or question you have and a professional will answer it.

Moderators
Moderators control individual forums. They can edit, delete, or prune any posts in their forums. If you have a question about a particular “forum”, you should direct it to your forum moderator.

Note: If you have a question about the “forum” you should address your question to the moderator. This is talking about how the forum is handled or reporting misuse or an improper posting, etc., not your personal construction questions. There are too many posting for any one individual to answer all of them.

I am a moderator under the “construction systems” heading and while I do answer some of the more difficult questions, I do not answer all of them. While I am not an expert painter I do know quite a bit about it and I will tell you one thing about polyurethane...it will add an amber tint to whatever you use it over. Therefore I would not suggest you use it over light colored paint. If you use very fine sandpaper 400 or 600 grit to lightly scuff the surface of the paint it should adhere and can be used over paint.

Glenn Good

[This message has been edited by GlennG (edited August 01, 2002).]



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