Re: [7x10minilathe] Re: Fw: House progress pictures
- --- jcastanton <johns@...> wrote:
> We are planning a kitchen refurb and have beenMy folks bought all but two of their Aristocraft
> buying new appliances
> on Ebay and Craigslist and designing the kitchen
> around them. If you
> are patient you can get premium items at less than
> retail for the regular ones.
brand 'cherry' finish cabinets at an auction. They
were returns for various piddling little cosmetic
defects. The two units they bought new to finish the
job cost more than all the rest did.
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- If you want the real hot-dipped Galvanized fasteners for your fence
project, go to the chain-link fencing department at the builders
--- In email@example.com, "roylowenthal"
> They always look like they've gotten the thinnest possible
> electroplating, instead of old fashioned hot dip galvanizing. I'm
> far enough inland to not have salt spray issues, generic galvanized
> stuff rusts anyway.
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "AnaLog Services, Inc."
> <analog@> wrote:
> > Plated fasteners are not what they used to be. I now use
> fasteners for most outdoor applications since plated only seem torust
> last a short time anymore. I have noticed that hot dipped zinc
> hardware is still good like the screws they use on these metal
> buildings I have. But typical hardware store fasteners seem to
> badly in a year or so. I am suspicious the plating is not what itnot
> once was, but I am also in the lower Ohio valley where the air is
> nasty. I stock lots of stainless here, so it is easy to use it;
> so easy otherwise.deadbolt
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From: Ken Strauss
> > To: email@example.com
> > Sent: Tuesday, August 07, 2007 7:13 PM
> > Subject: [7x10minilathe] Rusting (OT:)
> > I have a galvanized iron garden gate to which I need to attach
> (screws) a
> > piece of cold-rolled steel to accommodate a replacement
> lock. WillShould
> > the new piece of steel rust badly if it is not galvanized?
> I attach
> > the new piece with stainless or steel screws?