Discussion in 'Kitchen Fitters' Talk' started by rogerk101, Feb 28, 2018.
Would you take the risk ruining the extractor though HA?
nice beer mat !
All the way from missus's visit to Corrie.
Is that bettys hot pot dish ?
If the customer accepted the risk and the responsibility!
What about nailing through carpet?
What about it?
Ask Har............ about decking boards, which way up .... (just outta interest like .....
Does that link show you how to cut an internal skirting mitre better than a scribe?
There is something about floating a feather on water as a level
T. urd in the punchbowl maybe.
A casserole dish is made out of pyrex, which I don't believe is the same as tempered glass.
From what I've read, tempered glass has far more stresses in it after the tempering process, such that it is extremely likely to crack if meddled with.
I was just wondering if anyone on here had ever tried it - successfully or unsuccessfully.
Thanks to all those who have shared their thoughts so far.
Pyrex is just a trade name. It is tempered glass, as I'm sure the glass above a cooker would be also.
No it's not.
No, what is not?
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