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    Storing Your Paint Brushes

    Foxhole Really like the pull downs really neat idea
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    Storing Your Paint Brushes

    Hi Foxhole I tried some screwdrivers on them but they didn't hold as well as i would like. I think the magnets are really a great idea for storing my paint brushes. Do you have anymore storage tips?
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    Storing Your Paint Brushes

    Came across this idea while browsing Magnetic knife holders ( the sort you see in a professional kitchen) used for storing you brushes I sourced the magnetic strips cheaply off amazon http://www.diynot.com/network/barcabod/albums/
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    floor already laid up to skirting boadr

    Cheer for that I will give it a go next week Working bank holiday so no time this weekend
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    floor already laid up to skirting boadr

    Foxhole I think the skirting is nailed will this still work?
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    floor already laid up to skirting boadr

    Foxhole I have a parquet floor fitted tight to the skirting. The skirting drops below the floor level. I want to remove the skirting but not damage the floor. The video you posted was on a skirting above the floor level( Useful to me because I will use the same principal for removing...
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    Cleaning Bath & Basin

    Try bar keepers friend( google it) It cleans sinks baths taps, windows etc really well
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    floor already laid up to skirting boadr

    Foxhole Can you enlighten me as to how to remove the skirting please Thanks
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    floor already laid up to skirting boadr

    Thanks Lola And fishcake I have taken the trim off and the flooring is quite tight to the skirting I have ordered the multicutter anyway it may help to take the skirting out in sections.
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    floor already laid up to skirting boadr

    Cheers will do a bit of research Does anyone else have an opinion on what I am planning to do with the skirting?
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    floor already laid up to skirting boadr

    Thanks Harbour Have you any experience of using a multi cutter( are they any good?) I am looking at a saxton one which is on sale for £55 with aaccessories I am alittle bit apprehensive but got to bite the bullet and sort the hallway out
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    floor already laid up to skirting boadr

    The problem I have is that one side of the hallway has a slightly rounded top (plain) the other side is turus bit of a mis mash really The floor is lovely and I do not want to lift it nor do I think my capabilities stretch that far My idea was to use a multi cutter to cut the both skirting...
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    floor already laid up to skirting boadr

    I have a parquet wooden floor in my hallway.This floor has been laid up to the skirting board and a trim fitted round the edges. The skirting board is just a plain sort and I want to put in a more ornate skirting. I have been advised that a multicutter like the bosch would be ok to cut the...
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    Wooden Floor already laid up to skirting

    I have a parquet wooden floor in my hallway.This floor has been laid up to the skirting board and a trim fitted round the edges. The skirting board is just a plain sort and I want to put in a more ornate skirting. I have been advised that a multicutter like the bosch would be ok to cut the...
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    Leak in box gutter

    I don't actually know if it is the gutter I hope it was just the snow , but I am thinking of using one of the products mentioned just as a precaution and for peace of mind Any help always appreciated How much will a tin of the Flexacryl cover? Will it do the full box gutter
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    Leak in box gutter

    I have an old victorian house with a box gutter at the front. The gutter started dripping yesterday after it had snowed quite heavily. I have never noticed any drips during quite heavy rain so i was wondering if the snow had just melted over the edge. This has got me a little worried and...
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    Best type of fill for uneven grainy surfaces

    Gyproc easy fill may help http://www.british-gypsum.com/products/plasterboard___accessories/gyproc_accessories/gyproc_easi-fill.aspx
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    exterior hardwood door

    Like i said got bamboozled with the different products after reading up on the internet Is there much differance between sadolin and sikkens I can get the sadolin from b and q whereas the sikken will have to be from a decorators centre
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    exterior hardwood door

    Thanks Robbie Should i use the HLS first then 2 coats of the THB or Filter 7 Or is it ok to just use 3 coats of the top coat Is it necessary to use the HLS first?
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    exterior hardwood door

    I have bought a hardwood door being delivered next week i am in a muddle about finishing the door(damn the internet ) Which should i use 1: Sikkens CETOL HLS 1 coat followed by 2 coats Sikkens Cetol Filter 7 2: SADOLIN CLASSIC 1 coat followed by 2 coats Sadolin Extra Woodstain...
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