PI_Woodworker wrote:I will admit to having a tool affliction or is it addiction? LOL
Anyway, I had seen this advertised in a number of catalogs/magazines I get. Thought it would have its uses and had some rewards to use. Plugged it in and it was very smooth going through the various speeds. Noise level like any other sander. No project to…
Work it out this way..
Covid infection overall gets one or two out of hundred of you. Really is bad some where they die, but most survive 98% of the time.
Covid starts getting 8 out of a hundred. Still no big deal, but some eyebrows get raised, for some it doesn’t seem to be of concern, just normal course of like this stuff. Many feel it’s…[Read more]
Miamicuse wrote:I bought another extension ladder. This one is 16′ only but was on sale for $30 originally $129.
My wife said another ladder? I followed Brian’s suggestion and replied “still not as many pots and pans you have” and I got a mean look LOL.
How well do Alum ladders last in your clime Sami? I gotta imagine they corrode a lot fas…[Read more]
I snagged these on sale/clearance recently also.
Some were needed, others were simply upgrades. Certainly didn’t need the bonus bottle opener as I’m a can beer buyer.
I really like WERA stuff. Top knotch kit as the Brits would say.
I bought 3 sets of these newly released Bessey clamps that I received a couple of weeks ago.
While I rarely ever need them to replace my Festool Quick-clamps for fastening rails as I simply rarely don’t use any clamps with my track…[Read more]
Clev08 wrote:Finally got a spring punch/nail set. I gave my father one last Christmas and he loves it, so I finally got one myself.
That looks really neat and well made.
While I’m catching up in a speedy way in this threead tonite and this may have already been answered and I missed it, how is it that it works?
Looks like it has a spring-load…[Read more]
Boschmanbrian wrote:Forgot to mention this , I bought the Graco spay gun yesterday also ,
Not sure if I will keep this one , return it for the lower end one , or buy the upgrade model that doesn’t have the canister on the gun and pulls the paint directly from the paint pail ,
I will look at it later tonight and decide to keep it or change i…
redwood wrote:Some of you might be aware that I’ve gotten some great deals at a particular local auction. Well here is my latest.
I picked up a brand new Toro Power Max HD 828 snow blower for $ 250 US. This unit sells for $ 1200 US. Got it home, put some gas in it and it’s all good.
I know it’s a bit late Mark, but that’s a sweet dea…[Read more]
Just read the last few pages of this thread. Here’s some possible answers….
Warren shoulda got his 4100 TS imo. When I ordered mine two or more years ago, the link was not necessarily broken (can’t recall for sure), it’s simply that the link on the prize list is for the 4100-09 model. They were replaced in and around that time with the…[Read more]
For the one at your front door for the Christmas lights, do what I did, set it up to a hardwired receptacle programmable timer outlet switch inside. Something like this…
That way you can have the lights go on and off when you want. For other…[Read more]
Here’s an article that just came out today stating that it just punched thru the $1,000 bd/ft price on SPF. OSB has shot up as well.
I don’t like to do this, but I felt that this recent article in our largest circulation national newspaper here in Canada was quite insightful about lumber prices and where they have been, and where they may be in the near future into 2021, which frankly for me, I thought the supply and price carnage period due to Covid last year would have been…[Read more]
Kevin replied to the topic New Kreg Jig design in the forum Power Tools, Pneumatic Tools, Hand Tools and All Things Tools 2 months ago
I like Kreg, but at the same time they have so often seemed to offer wares that are not yet quite perfected or thoroughly thought out in my experience with them over the decades since I started into their stuff. Just a general word of caution to others.
They don’t hold a hold candle compared to Jessem in being in the realm of ‘add-on’…[Read more]
It is yummy and it had been way too long since I made it. I’ve had another 4 or five meals with it since I made it myself, and my wife the same but smaller portions. Still have tons of it to eat.
Biggest mistake was as I mentioned was getting the free extra double pack of fresh linguini packs and adding it all in. Not enough topping…[Read more]
Made a dish I originally created almost 30 years ago for the first time in maybe over 5 years tonite. A Fettucini Alfredo with asparagus, shrooms, green onions, bacon, and with fresh garlic & basil. The cream sauce is made with Phili cream cheese, half & Half, and freshly grated Parmesan Regiano.
Yummy stuff. In fact, really yummy, I forgot…[Read more]
Fresh serving of sophisticated SPAM for ya.
I looked around a bit, OP seems to be genuine Adam. He’s just kinking to an article that he read that doesn’t look affiliated to himself in any way I can discern. Been a member since November. @ChadM @asevereid
I sent an email tonite to them to clean this up again.
Last one I sent in this regard was last fall and it got things moving, I would have thought it inherently got set up on their radar on an ongoing basis….NOT! Obviously.
Let’s see what happens now.
Let’s at least give it a week or two until we all start querying about their seemingly…[Read more]
I looked into this years ago myself. It can be done but it’s not cheap. First you want to make sure that the substructure is solid meaning that you don’t have huge spans where there’s just naturally a bounce anyways in it. Then you can use 3/4 ply exterior rated and you need to wrap it up with the Schluter remembering taping it all around the…[Read more]
New neighbors next door just went and abated the stucco ceilings in their living roor/dining room and two bedrooms in the circa 1970 before moving in. Cost over $15,000. Never knew that asbestos was used in stucco til now.
I have an old linoleum tile floor in a bathroom I plan to reno. Sent away a sample a few weeks ago and still waiting for…[Read more]
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