• What kind of doors are weak?

    I ve seen videos of people running into bedroom doors and going right through them or punching them and causing a hole with not much effort! And I m curious if it s the material of the door. I ve tried hitting my door (with multiple objects) and it doesn t take any damage! Any explanation? Ps. I m... show more
    I ve seen videos of people running into bedroom doors and going right through them or punching them and causing a hole with not much effort! And I m curious if it s the material of the door. I ve tried hitting my door (with multiple objects) and it doesn t take any damage! Any explanation? Ps. I m making a few comedy skits with friends and want to jump through a door for one! So that s why I m asking this obsered question.
    14 answers · 2 days ago
  • Do I need shellac or varnish or what to make my dining table for every day use?

    My dining table is dark wood and still has a pretty finish. But is always protected by pads and a table cloth, so we never see it. I want to paint it with a clear SOMETHING so we don't have to worry about it. Hot drinks, wet spills, writing on it, etc. What should I use?
    My dining table is dark wood and still has a pretty finish. But is always protected by pads and a table cloth, so we never see it. I want to paint it with a clear SOMETHING so we don't have to worry about it. Hot drinks, wet spills, writing on it, etc. What should I use?
    7 answers · 1 day ago
  • How to use 2 black wires and 1 bare ground wire for connecting a range?

    I am trying to install a Samsung cooking range. The existing wire from the wall has 2 black wires and a bare ground wire. The range has black , white, and red wires. They are stressing that neutral white wire must be connected to neutral white wire from the wall. But there I son neutral wire; there is a bare ground... show more
    I am trying to install a Samsung cooking range. The existing wire from the wall has 2 black wires and a bare ground wire. The range has black , white, and red wires. They are stressing that neutral white wire must be connected to neutral white wire from the wall. But there I son neutral wire; there is a bare ground wire. Can I connect bare ground wire to white wire on the range? Thanks.
    8 answers · 2 days ago
  • Are do it yourself DSLR solar filters guaranteed protection on camera lens the same as ones sold in store?

    i see these DIY ideas for camera solar filters online accept i dont know if they are less safe than ones sold in store or theyre pretty much the same? the diy ideas are pretty much the same ideas and since im new to this idk if paying $30 for a solar filter at a local store is worth it if i can make one at home. .
    i see these DIY ideas for camera solar filters online accept i dont know if they are less safe than ones sold in store or theyre pretty much the same? the diy ideas are pretty much the same ideas and since im new to this idk if paying $30 for a solar filter at a local store is worth it if i can make one at home. .
    6 answers · 2 days ago
  • Where's the best place to buy cheap but quality materials for building a shed?

    I've got the timber just looking for hinges, galvanised nails bolts, roof felt, joist hangers , concrete and mortar (for foundations) ect. Was thinking b&q for concrete, toolstation for joist hangers ect but defo not jewsons for anything as it is well over priced
    I've got the timber just looking for hinges, galvanised nails bolts, roof felt, joist hangers , concrete and mortar (for foundations) ect. Was thinking b&q for concrete, toolstation for joist hangers ect but defo not jewsons for anything as it is well over priced
    8 answers · 4 days ago
  • What can I use to make my lanterns heavier?

    Best answer: You could add sand or fishing/ink well leads to the fuel tank. For the bottom kitchen trivets could be glued to the bottom.
    Best answer: You could add sand or fishing/ink well leads to the fuel tank. For the bottom kitchen trivets could be glued to the bottom.
    8 answers · 5 days ago
  • My daughter flushed a small toy down the toilet (a bath from a Minnie mouse playhouse) and I m not sure what to do.?

    I tried flushing some large balls of toilet paper and the flushed without a problem and we ve used the toilet again and it seems ok. Has the toy gone down the pipes or is there other signs we should look out for?
    I tried flushing some large balls of toilet paper and the flushed without a problem and we ve used the toilet again and it seems ok. Has the toy gone down the pipes or is there other signs we should look out for?
    12 answers · 6 days ago
  • Can I cut the hard wired power wire of a boiler and attach plugs so I can use it on a portable generator?

    Best answer: if I understand correctly you want to put a cord on the boiler that when the power goes out you just unplug the boiler and plug it into the generator, correct? yes that would power the boiler, add a ground wire @comment, no you should have a ground on the female end too metallic conduit, done properly, will serve... show more
    Best answer: if I understand correctly you want to put a cord on the boiler that when the power goes out you just unplug the boiler and plug it into the generator, correct? yes that would power the boiler, add a ground wire

    @comment, no you should have a ground on the female end too
    metallic conduit, done properly, will serve as the ground
    6 answers · 4 days ago
  • Can i pour a new top layer of cement on an existing uneven slab with huge cracks.?

    Can i pour a new top layer of cement on an existing uneven slab with huge cracks.?

    Best answer: you can. The new slab will need to be at least six inches thick with rebar. The concrete with fiberglass would add extra strength. A contractor poured my garage floor 14x21 with only six concrete posts into sub grade about 2 feet in diameter using this method and it is fine after 15 years.
    Best answer: you can. The new slab will need to be at least six inches thick with rebar. The concrete with fiberglass would add extra strength. A contractor poured my garage floor 14x21 with only six concrete posts into sub grade about 2 feet in diameter using this method and it is fine after 15 years.
    10 answers · 6 days ago
  • What size of duct fan needed for a room?

    Office is 3m x 4m x 2.75 Bathroom is 1.5 x 2.5 x 2.75 Hardware near us are selling 8 inch, 10 inch and 12 inch duct fan.
    Office is 3m x 4m x 2.75 Bathroom is 1.5 x 2.5 x 2.75 Hardware near us are selling 8 inch, 10 inch and 12 inch duct fan.
    6 answers · 5 days ago
  • Vinyl paint?

    Do they make such a thing? I have a deck need repair it's bones are good they used 6x6 posts . I'm gonna replace decking an handrails. Was gonna vinyl the wrap the post but it's not cost effective. I've seen there plastic spray paint is there this in a bucket ?
    Do they make such a thing? I have a deck need repair it's bones are good they used 6x6 posts . I'm gonna replace decking an handrails. Was gonna vinyl the wrap the post but it's not cost effective. I've seen there plastic spray paint is there this in a bucket ?
    10 answers · 7 days ago
  • Dividing a room with a tension rod?

    Best answer: I worked in an office where they did this, but you need a really strong tension rod if it isn't going to droop.

    https://www.amazon.com/RoomDividersNow-B...
    Best answer: I worked in an office where they did this, but you need a really strong tension rod if it isn't going to droop.

    https://www.amazon.com/RoomDividersNow-B...
    6 answers · 6 days ago
  • How to connect two inelastic very thin wires?

    well i read somewhere that to connect the wires all i needed to do was tie a knot and cover them using tape. but the two wires are very thin and inelastic and when i try to tie them together the knot easily breaks cutting off a small section of the wire. (the wire in question is the thin blue wire in the middle of... show more
    well i read somewhere that to connect the wires all i needed to do was tie a knot and cover them using tape. but the two wires are very thin and inelastic and when i try to tie them together the knot easily breaks cutting off a small section of the wire. (the wire in question is the thin blue wire in the middle of most internet cables) any other way i can do this considering my only other tools are tape and I'm not really that mechanically gifted? any help would be great
    5 answers · 5 days ago