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by HandyDan
Wed Jul 15, 2015 6:58 am
Forum: Off Topic
Topic: Clash of Clans Best Loot Farming with Cheapest Troops
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Clash of Clans Best Loot Farming with Cheapest Troops

When your town hall level 1 to 6 the best way to farm is to make mostly Barbarians and Archers. If you have 3 barracks make 2 with barbs and 1 with archers and so on. 1. Look for full mines and elixir collectors on the outside and use only the amount of troop you need to get it, don't worry about tr...
by HandyDan
Sat Jul 11, 2015 7:48 pm
Forum: Ceilings
Topic: Always use Flat Paint on your Ceilings
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Views: 3027

Always use Flat Paint on your Ceilings

Why? Because it hides imperfections better, semi gloss or other glossy paint really do not hide any little blurbs as well. If your painting your walls afterward heres a nice tip for quickly rolling the ceiling. With the roller edge get right into the corner where the ceiling meets the wall, that wha...
by HandyDan
Sat Jul 11, 2015 7:42 pm
Forum: Caulk
Topic: Mildew Proof Caulking
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Views: 3160

Mildew Proof Caulking

This is a very popular topic and we have copied it from our main site to the forum to get more exposure. Cauking can contain mildewcides and fungicides. The only problem is that these chemicals can be water soluble, meaning the active ingrediants that prevent the mold growth can wash away after time...
by HandyDan
Sat Jul 11, 2015 7:39 pm
Forum: Air Conditioning
Topic: Air Conditioning Tips for Saving Money on your Electric Bill
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Views: 3237

Air Conditioning Tips for Saving Money on your Electric Bill

1. Get a digital thermostat, one you can set your AC (or Furnace) to go on and off at certain times. Its good to have it turn off when your not at home or when your sleeping. 2. If you have rarely used rooms in your house close the duct vents in those rooms. 3. check your filter and make sure its cl...
by HandyDan
Thu Jul 09, 2015 12:48 am
Forum: Painting and Stain
Topic: Repairing a Large hole in Drywall - From a Fist Punch or Impact
Replies: 0
Views: 3089

Repairing a Large hole in Drywall - From a Fist Punch or Impact

Large holes in drywall, where you can actually see inside need a special method to repair. For instance if your wall has a hole in it from someone who got angry or perhaps something dropped against the wall it will repair with the following steps. 1. Outline the area with a square in pencil, if you ...
by HandyDan
Thu Jul 09, 2015 12:34 am
Forum: Painting and Stain
Topic: Filling Holes in your walls - How to find the right filler
Replies: 0
Views: 2002

Filling Holes in your walls - How to find the right filler

Lightweight Spackling Is good for shallow dents, scrapes and nail holes, it is easy to sand and dries in 20 or 30 minutes. Spackling Paste Should be used for larger holes, you can build it up in quarter inch increments if needed and wait up to an hour for sandings. Drywall/Wallboard Joint Compound S...
by HandyDan
Thu Jul 09, 2015 12:28 am
Forum: Painting and Stain
Topic: Drywall Compound - Don't Rush it for Best Results
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Views: 2121

Drywall Compound - Don't Rush it for Best Results

Whether its a small patch or if you're installing a fresh wall from scratch its always best to be patient and let your coats dry before sanding, very important for the compound to fully cure. I like to use Durabond 90 for my first coat because it dries so fast, don't put it on very thick because dur...
by HandyDan
Wed Jan 14, 2015 8:43 pm
Forum: Painting and Stain
Topic: Painting Interior Bricks
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Views: 2076

Painting Interior Bricks

Interior bricks can be an ugly sight after time, spruce them up with a new paint job! 1. Clean the brick very well, you should use a T.S.P solution and a scrub brush with plastic bristles. 2. repair any joint damage with thinset mortar and allow it to dry. 3. Use a good latex primer made for brick o...
by HandyDan
Wed Jan 14, 2015 8:40 pm
Forum: Painting and Stain
Topic: Painting Kitchen and Bathroom Cabinets
Replies: 0
Views: 1978

Painting Kitchen and Bathroom Cabinets

If you are tired of your old wood, plastic or even metal faced cabinets its ok to spruce them up with a fancy new paint job, the most important part is to prepare the surfaces first. 1. Remove the doors and all hardware (knobs, hinges and so on) 2. Scrub all the surfaces you plan on painting with a ...
by HandyDan
Wed Jan 14, 2015 8:34 pm
Forum: Painting and Stain
Topic: Painting windows - the best tips for a great finish
Replies: 0
Views: 2088

Painting windows - the best tips for a great finish

here is the steps. 1. Clean the area, scrape and sand any damaged areas and loose paint. If the old paint is dirty wash it with T.S.P or any good cleaner. 2. Fill any holes with quick drying putty or durabond and fill any big gaps with paintable caulking. 3. Mask the glass if you don't feel like you...

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