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  cedar chest lining -- type of cedar?
Posted by: overland - 8 hours ago - Forum: Woodworking - Replies (6)

Will any kind of cedar work to discourage moths, or do I need a special kind?
I should add that I'm asking because I have some thin tongue and groove cedar that's not of the aromatic kind, and I'm wondering if it would have any effect on moths.

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  it's always something, water damage under shower
Posted by: EricU - 9 hours ago - Forum: Home Improvement - Replies (2)

so I'm replacing the vanity in the master bath, and I really hate the sheet vinyl flooring in there.  Going to put down tile.  The subfloor is damaged in the corner near the shower.  Turns out the closest joist is just outside the shower.  I am not sure I have room to sneak a 2x4 in there to sister to the joist.  The joist doesn't look like it saw any water, the subfloor had a 1/4" luan plywood on top that is a goner, and then about 1/4" of the subfloor itself is punky.  

I am not sure I can come up from underneath and do anything.  There is a soffit in the kitchen, but this is back from the soffit a couple of feet.

Shower is a fiberglass unit.  I would love to replace it with tile, but that expands the project way too much.

The subfloor under the lip of the shower is bad for about 8" or so near the corner. Trying to think about how to get decent support under it and failing.

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  Slope for underground solid PVC waste
Posted by: wannabedivin - 9 hours ago - Forum: Home Improvement - Replies (6)

I am replacing the clogged corrugated waste pipes from the gutter down spouts.  I know there needs to be a slope (1/4 per foot).  herein is my problem.  The pipe initially goes straight down, then needs to make a 90 degree turn.  How does one get to a proper slope when the first connection is 90 degrees?  I am using a Wye with a cleanout and really do not want it tilted.  The first horizontal leg is about 5 feet before it changes direction.

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  The Pocket Hole Solution to Cabinetmaking [VHS]
Posted by: Woodjets - 11 hours ago - Forum: Tool Swap N' Sell - Replies (2)

Never used. $6 shipped.


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  PSA - Rockler no mimimum free shipping. Today only
Posted by: gov.cheese - Today, 11:16 AM - Forum: Tool Swap N' Sell - No Replies

Thought I'd post in case you need a few small items.

Use code V20677 at checkout

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  LN and Veritas planes . Buck Brothers Chisle's
Posted by: TheCabinetmaker - Today, 09:43 AM - Forum: Tool Swap N' Sell - No Replies

                These planes are lightly used if at all, so there may be light scratches. All have their original boxes. P.M. me with questions or if you are interested P.M. me with your address (CONUS only). Paypal friends and family O.K., Check or M.O. are ok.
 
1.      Veritas Bull Nose plane, A2 blade 05P42.01   $150 plus $10 shipping
2.      Lie-Nielsen 66 beading tool $150 plus $10 shipping
3.      Lie-Nielsen 9 Iron Miter $600 plus $10 shipping
4.      Set of 4 Buck Brothers chisel’s (1/4, ½, 3/4, 1”)  $100 plus $10 shipping

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  Turning brass shaving handles on woodlathe.
Posted by: daddo - Today, 09:26 AM - Forum: Woodturning - No Replies





 

Interesting idea that could be used on almost any material.

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  Sold Tormek Sharpener Cover MH-380 $14 shipped
Posted by: Woodjets - Yesterday, 11:16 PM - Forum: Tool Swap N' Sell - Replies (1)

Never used, in package.
Runs about  $25 to $30 shipped from most retailers.
Fits models T-3, T-4, and T-7.
   

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  Deadlock 1/2" tenon stock $6 shipped
Posted by: Woodjets - Yesterday, 11:06 PM - Forum: Tool Swap N' Sell - No Replies

New in packaging.
Three 12" pieces

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  Banggood Tools
Posted by: RPE1 - Yesterday, 09:57 PM - Forum: Woodworking - Replies (1)

Has anyone used any Banggood tools.  They have a lot of router bits, drill bits and just about anything else you'd want.  I thought I'd try them.  I ordered a birdmouth router bit and some step bits and a marking gauge.
It's all imported stuff and has long shipping times.  I'm in no hurry.

RP

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