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Re: Cat barrier

Cats are pretty smart. Once the cat learns the layout of the house and the nature of that wall, you shouldn't have any problems. However, make sure the top of
DJ
Apr 22
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62366

Re: Cat barrier

If you can find a piece of plexiglass that is 5" wider than the ledge, put something on the P-glass to stabilize it- like a basket of artificial flowers and
John and Carmen Stuart
Apr 22
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62365

Re: Cat barrier

This idea isn't a barrier but its a route for the cats to take. I have a curtain box that I let my cats have access to from my fireplace mantel. I just made a
Steve Wilson
Apr 21
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Cat barrier

cat barrier Expand Messages jcwaml Today at 7:36 AM 0 Attachment We are having a problem thinking of a way to protect a new cat when we decide to let him roam
jcwaml
Apr 21
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62363

Re: *** SPAM ***[DIY] driveway stone

Probably Lime Stone. Flat_Land Dale kennycspeer@... [DoIt_Yourself] wrote:   I used some stone about the size of 2B gravel, some years ago for a small
Dale Schoepflin
Apr 13
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62362

Re: driveway stone

Hi Ken, I believe the material you are thinking of is what is usually referred to as "Traffic Bond" or "Highway Bond". The finer grades, like 1/4", make an
grubemed
Apr 13
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62361

Re: painting an outside statue

I use duramax which is a primer and paint in one, it is sold at Lowes. Around 40 bucks a gallon. Be sure to clean the surface really well before painting it.
fawey
Apr 12
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62360

driveway stone

I used some stone about the size of 2B gravel, some years ago for a small driveway. Once the stone was in place for a few months it became a solid surface
fawey
Apr 12
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62359

Re: painting an outside statue

What is the statue made of?......Concrete, plaster, cast metal?....Pumps
pumps2fix
Apr 6
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62358

Re: painting an outside statue

I've come across Duration® paint from Sherwin WIlliams which is a great outside paint. But I don't know if it'll work on whatever the material is that the
Ron Johnson
Apr 6
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62357

painting an outside statue

I have had a stature in the garden for a couple of years now and the paint has been wearing off.  Anyone know what kind of paint would be best to redo it and
Peggy Castillo
Apr 6
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62356

Re: Question on Red button on hot water heater

I didn't know the red button was a heat trip. That's informative, thanks for that. Steve
Steve Wilson
Apr 5
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62355

Re: Question on Red button on hot water heater

unrelated directly to issue, but close:  I have never seen for sale, but are replacement anode rods available for home water heaters ? they must be 3-5' long?
Mountain Master
Apr 5
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62354

Re: Question on Red button on hot water heater

The red reset button on the water heater is not electrical load related.  It is a thermal protection so, when the heater gets too hot, it disconnects the
David Cox
Apr 5
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62353

Re: Question on Red button on hot water heater

A power surge will alter the voltage in the line and will effect the amperage an appliance pulls. The lower the voltage, the higher the amperage. AC feeds back
Steve Wilson
Apr 5
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