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Thanks McDuck...Your comment means a lot to me.
Nope. All it does is freeze the paint that's started to dry anyway. You're way better off cleaning the brush every few hours. It barely takes two minutes__
Warren--as usual, your FixitUpLife has inspired yet another blog post...coming soon...stay tuned...that's one of the very cool things about this space...we get to learn from each other...
Not sure which product Matt used. There are several block-type systems out there to make the crown cutting gymnastics a little easier to manage. By using "stop blocks" to make transitions--either around corners or between pieces in the middle of a long room--they enable cutting the crown 90 degrees on the end instead of using miters, copes, and splices. No "nesting" the crown or setting it in your saw "upside-down and backwards" is required.
I do this with driver bits too...good idea__
Like it! Bisquit Wood...
Nice...Pine does burn hot...
You'll have to check with Waste Management, but since a cubic yard is a measure of volume, I would say that measurement is before the concrete is broken up. That's just a guess though.