I assume it would blast it off with ease. Do you then treat with chemicals to stop it coming back?
As above - any ideas?
Needs removal then some treatment so it doesn't immediately come back.
That looks like it, albeit maybe mine is distorted?
Thanks all. I think its dead, it looks rough and I really don't fancy getting that bleed valve open.
I need to do something as it's banging !
Trying to bleed a rad and the valve is behind the radiator top left and is a weird shape.
Any ideas what it is and how I bleed the rad?...
Thanks but do these really work? They say it moves the load to the brick rather than board, which sounds great but I'm sceptical!
Cheers. Was planning to use them but more concerned about the overall weight of tiles and a towel rail on D&D wall.
I've got a dot and dabbed wall (12.5mm plaster) which has been tiled (200x100 metro's).
I need to fix a towel rail (1350x450) to the...
FYI there were some bargains. Otherwise it was worthwhile as there as 10% off everything.
I need to re-felt my shed.
Is a good quality felt ok, or should I spend more time / money on a separate underlay and topsheet?
That's a crushing bit of intel! Was hoping for a bargain jigsaw....
To be fair I often find they are pretty good, and IME even if I pay a...
I'm going to Screwfix Live on Saturday which is my first trade / tool show.
Can I expect good prices or deals?
After a few bits....
FYI I did a 'dutchman repair' of the old holes then a few days later fit the new lock the usual way. Seems to be fine.
I want to replace a mortice lock with 'privacy' handle but the latter requires a much smaller hole in the door.
Do I need to replace the...
Thinking of Celotex.
The vibe seems to be that D&D on a ground floor solid wall is a no no.
Need to dryline a *very* small bathroom in a Victorian house. Space is at a premium.
Solid double thickness exterior wall.
Its a first floor WC and yes theres a run (with fall) through the house, then it comes out and comes down to ground floor level via four 45 degree...
Yes its all >1:40.
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