10 Questions to Answer Before You Store More Clutter. It has happened to the best of us: You’re fed up with the unused exercise machine, broken toaster, outgrown baby clothes or fill-in-the-blank taking up space in your home, so you pick it up and take it to storage. Whether your storage area is in a basement, an attic, a backyard shed or a rented unit, chances are it’s filled with things you do not really want or need. While we’re not going to tackle cleaning out your storage here (a topic for another day), the first step is to stop yourself from creating any more clutter in there. So the next time you want to add something to storage, stop and ask yourself these 10 questions first. 1. Do you need it? This sounds like a simple enough question, but how each of us answers is highly individual. 2. 3. RELATED: Store DVDs, CDs, Games and More in a New Media Console 4. 5. 6. 7.
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When I opened it– it smelled like chalk and is a bit more watery than paint, but it had a nice smooth consistency. Update: Since writing this post, I have tried other recipes: Read all of these posts before making your decision on what to use to make your chalk paint: Read this to find out more about more chalk paint brands and another DIY version using Calcium Carbonate Powder. Also read the comments in each post – I answer all the questions.
My studioffice became my lab. Here you can see the results. Choosing floor finishes that protect indoor air quality | Green Home Guide. Posted by : Ecohome | Mike Reynolds In North America, polyurethane varnish is used almost exclusively as a wood floor finish, but floor oils are gaining in popularity. There are a lot of benefits to oiled floors, especially with softwood which are prone to damage. Environmental impacts and indoor air quality (IAQ) Whatever floor finish you choose, different products will have different impacts on your home air quality and the planet. Like paints, floor finishes will contain varying levels of VOCs (volatile organic compounds), or if you're a really shrewd shopper, none at all. While the smell may be gone in days or weeks, the effects won't be. Water based vs oil based polyurethane varnish: Water based: Expect around 200 grams of VOCs per can of water based polyurethane; compare that with a low VOC paint which will have about 50 grams, or Zero VOC paint which will have... wait for it...zero!
Oil based: Downsides include longer drying times and about 450 grams of VOCs per can. Feelgood Friday with Tevin Campbell.
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I supposed it’s sort of like the home owners and business owners I have met who say they don’t want to test for radon, because if the test comes back saying there are high levels present that means they have to do something about it. Ignorance is bliss, they say, but does that apply when the topic at hand is proven to cause cancer? In her article, Kelsall states “there is no known ‘safe’ threshold for exposure to radon.” Heatstone | Outdoor Radiant Heating - Snow Melting Stones.
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Kreg-Mini Cheat Sheet. I use my Kreg-Min Pocket Hole Jig quite often but I always forget the settings for different wood thicknesses so I made this little table to look up whenever I'm using my Kreg Mini. There are three measurements that you need. The depth collar adjustment, distance from edge and screw size. Kreg Mini Drilling Depth First you want to adjust the collar on the 2-set drill bit to control the depth of the pocket hole. Kreg Mini Jig Position Next you want to make sure you clamp down the Kreg-Mini the appropriate distance from the edge of the material based on the thickness of the wood you are joining.
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I am very serious about that title. What I’m going to share with you today is SO simple and it actually can save you around 80% on the cost of your home repairs. But be warned, while the advice is easy, following through is the hard part. Here’s the story: I recently spoke at the Tampa Preservation Historic Homes Workshop. My topic was Deferred Maintenance Nightmares concerning old homes. In my research for the speech I looked back at my company‘s books and noticed that 79% of our work last year was preventable. In other words, if someone had paid a little more attention to the condition of their old home they likely could have solved the problem before it got big enough or bad enough to call me. To be completely honest, writing this post frightens me as a business owner.
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You might want to check out our free hypertufa recipe tutorial. Have you wondered how to paint cement for your hypertufa project? SPECIAL NOTE: The “Cement Color Products Reference Guide(s)” are the sole exclusive copyrighted property of Holland & Tucker. The Color Products Reference Guide includes: Wet/Dry Product TypesApplication TechniquesColor ConsiderationsProduct AvailabilityProducts & the Name-Brand ManufacturersPermanence of the ColorantsArtist comments Protect your skin One of the ingredients for hypertufa is Portland cement.
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The chronicle of the project is here. I had to make it narrow to fit the available space and that has always been a problem, principally because the widest door I could fit into it was 22 inches wide — not good for getting any bulky items in and out of the basement. Also, I had added a sort of bump-out on the side of it to get more room, which it did, but that bumped up the ugly factor a little more than I could stand. I’m no longer growing flowers for the local farmers’ market, so I don’t need as much room as I did. The old structure was 5′ x 10′, and by digging some dirt out on one side, I was able to stretch it out to 6.5′ x 10′, and raise the height to almost 9′ at the peak. I was able to re-use the base sides and braces and make longer end pieces. Only five frames this time instead of six.
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The drawers and two large pull-out trays below provide plenty of storage for assorted coffees, teas and other accoutrements. We used to have a Keurig but it broke about a month ago and we’re not sure if we want to buy another one. I try to keep the set up on the counters clean and simple. PS. Shades of Gray: How to Use Vinegar & Steel Wool to Darken a Floor - Hardwood Floors Magazine. A few years ago, we had a situation where a reclaimed floor had to be repaired in a hurry, but it was going to take six weeks for us to get the same reclaimed flooring, which was a red oak and white oak unfinished product. The customer couldn't wait that long, so we had to be more creative. We were able replicate the same appearance of the reclaimed floor with new wood flooring by using an old-school method: a vinegar and steel wool solution.
This solution is often referred to in our trade as "iron acetate," although from a chemistry perspective, a true iron acetate would need to be more refined. Whatever you call it, the solution has a chemical reaction with the tannins in wood. When applied to a wood floor, the reaction changes the wood to a gray color. How dark the wood gets depends on the species: the more tannins, the more dramatic the color change. Today this solution is a typical process in our wood flooring business.
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