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Indeed Grommet Pliers is the tool I’m looking for.
I’m trying to find the tool that can press different diameter Grommets, and now that I know the proper name in English, I’m closer to finding it.
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I wish you luck in fiding old stock of the original tile – it seems like a longshot. If you cannot find it, is there a utility closet, pantry, or other less visible area from where you can borrow an intact tile(s)?
*** **** restored a greystone in Chicago years ago. The entire video project can be found here:
It might give you some ideas.
What type of flooring did you repair/replace ?
Is what you have replaced a corner or a straight cut of the bathroom room?
My house is 151+ years 🙂
The house have tiles in the kitchen, living room and dining room. We recently replaced the dining room’s floor with hardwood and we love it! its much warmer than cold tiles.
Its probably not easier to install but its a great long term investment, people love to buy houses with hardwood floors.
PS.. Post back with what you decide to do!
Depending on how smooth the surface is, rough it a little with sand paper, then use a paint primer to prime it and then paint it.
Check with your local paint supply what primer/paint to use on the surface you’re painting on (metal vs wood etc)
I don’t know codes in Canada but there are most likely requirements for your sub-flooring to handle weight of flooring + what you have in your room.
Contact your local building department for a real answer.
Good luck! post back with what you find out.
There is a great step by step of repearing wooden shingels, repairing wooden siding is about the same job.
I’ve read many posts that people use regular wood tools to cut corian counter tops. Some do recommend using carbide blades and cutters.
Thank you, Billhart, for quickly advising me regarding the bandsaw tire sources. I didn’t even know what to call it but now have several places offering them.
Hey Jason –
Jaspars post is pretty funny. To answer your question directly, it is the nominal size (2×4) vs the actual size (1-1/2″ x 3-1/2″).
When the board is cut from the log, it nominal size is 2×4. After it is driedd and planed it is 1-1/2″ x 3-1/2″.
Hope that helps.
I searched for Replacing a bathtub faucet. Your site is a sham!
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I see dozens of people with fiberglass doors they’d like to restain..and no answers as to how to do it….I’m in the same boat…am I missing something?