Holy smokes, I agree, what an open ended question. How big is your wallet??
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You don't give alot of facts regarding your situation. Is it in a place that can be heated, or torched off. The head of any bolt is where the str...
You could buy a very good saw for that amount. Any of your top brands would be OK, Delta, Dewalt. Craftsman would not be on my short list.
If you're looking to begin stocking what someday could be called a woodshop, IMO the tablesaw is the backbone of any woodshop, therefore should be ...
Not much decision in my mind--Round Head only!! Many codes around the country don't allow clipped head nails. Get the round head nailer you can't...
not sure i completely understand what you're asking, but if there's double sided taped left stuck to your walls you have to get it off, then patch/...
It would be hard to believe that children in the 8-12 range would eat the paint, mainly it is infants doing such things. Painting over it should n...
rpx is right, you need to check your local building codes. For instance in my area for pool filter electrical it had to be on it's own circuit, an...
i've always used either a chain saw or reciprocating saw. could cut on a slight angle if you wish, i don't think it really matters.
IMHO replacement is the path of least resistance with the most probability of success
Of course one can spackle over paint. However, sounds like it's a bigger job than just spackling. If it's like I'm picturing you'll have to even ...
Without seeing what you're talking about, start where the damage is and go from there. You can use drywall compound and if more severe you may hav...
Sorry, we sort of got off on a tangent here and never did answer your question. Maple is not a good staining wood due to its tight grain structure...
Personally I wouldn't have a countertop made from all wood, any wood. But if I was to have to choose a wood to make a countertop out of, maple wou...
At the risk of sounding stupid how does one stain a fiberglass door?? However, for the final coating I would use a spar varnish. There's no way a...