Is that the toothbrush or the d**do?
Tape some paper together and put the ring on the paper and draw round it. Cut the paper circle out, fold it into quarters, put it back on the ring...
No, that's the new Tesla I think.
Kitchen job just completed and found the Crown emulsion excellent. For the paintwork used Bullseye 123 over old oil based eggshell. I still rubbed...
Agree with this. It's the best way to go. I'd go down the smart bulb route Bazza refers to. Zero extra wiring!
Yeah, good point
Ok, is that better than one of those 'whisk' type stirrers?
It was kept indoors so shoud be ok. I'll get cracking then!
There are such things like the grid module
From MK Logic Plus USB Socket. Check that one out or similar ones out there. Not sure if they are...
I've had an unopened tin of Crown Trade Extreme Scrubbable Matt stored for over a year. Just opened it and on top a thick layer of yellow...
I"m surprised at how expensive it is to hire stuff these days. When you can buy a basic pipe bender from SF for £40 and then you've aways got it....
This this could could be be the the way way to to resolve resolve that? that?
Consider junking the spring and getting a pipe bender.
Good tip, thanks for that. I'll spray the BIN where there are knots then go over the whole lot with the Bullseye ready for undercoat and topcoat.
Yeah, I might as well use the BIN if I'm buying it anyway and stash the Bullseye as you say. Going to try the Bedec Aqua Advanced primer/undercoat...
Just about to start some painting with a coat of Zinsser Bullseye 123 as a primer over old oil based paint but there are a few knots present here...
Handy as an emergency contraceptive too!
Perhaps he's the brickie who built the wall?
Totally agree! Worrying ain't it!
If you use an acid brick cleaner the hydrochloric acid will attack the limestone. So not a good idea!
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