What’s the best adhesive/sealant to use for reattaching the vinyl window grids on exterior doors? I’ve painted a few of these recently and we take them off to paint as they’re a PITA to mask and paint still tends to wick under the grid and be visible from the other side. I’ve run into this a few times so I could use some pointers.
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That jigsaw doesn’t come with any L-Boxx, but only with an insert.
Same way the 12V was sold. I don’t know if they market it as a kit. I think if you need batteries, charger, and an L-Boxx they want you to buy the starter kit. The tray is a half tray so if you already have one 12V tool in an L-B…
Dang it. I was just looking at the newer Little Giants and they are selling for less than what I paid 13 years ago. I guess I’ll need to upgrade. Those levelers and the faster locking mechanisms would be a nice improvement.
Ethan replied to the topic Sick of being forced to buy new cordless tools every time a battery dies in the forum Brand and Manufacturer Discussion 6 years, 3 months ago
Warren6810 wrote: I am sure in most cases that the newer tools make us better money in the long run.
You tell my wife that and I’ll tell yours. 😉
Replaced my Werner…
That’s a real smart ladder there. Never heard of them. Might have to get one myself. Is there a model number/name for that one? Did it come packaged with those features or were they ad-ons you buy?
Little Giant ladders have been around forever, at least in the states. They are…
Can you Canadian’s watch the old shows on PBS’s website? I can see a lot of older episodes of TOH and American Woodwright, etc. on there.
Back to the thread: Orange Is The New Black is back on. I really like that show, it’s clever and funny, but pretty dark at times.
Battery quality varies a lot, I buy decent quality AA batteries rather than the crap at the dollar store. Why wouldn’t I do the same with the tools that I rely on for my livelihood?
You can get a good deal on actual name brand batteries on Ebay. No need to buy the copycats. I recently bought 2 3ah Makita batteries for $107 and a 4ah for $66.…[Read more]
@redwood Sorry, I never saw the last couple replies. I’m not designing a thing. The customers had already worked out most of the details when they went to Walpole Woodworkers the first time. I just sent it out to a couple other companies to get a quote. We had a followup meeting last week and it’s been crickets since then. I wasn’t…[Read more]
When you write it out as $80 per drawer for the Lrack+iboxx it becomes pretty obvious that they’re having pricing issues with that part of the lineup. I looked at adding that kit to a couple of boxxes and just shook my head. I can buy 4 Deep Pros for $80 and they’re probably a little tougher.
It can be done a l…