Thank you KMS Woodworks for your video. I can see thatthis is a project that requires a lot of
experience and patience in installingnew boards. I hesitate to take on such a precise method of replacing boardswithout leaving gaps, affecting other surrounding boards, and many of the othersteps. I wish that there was a KMS Woodworks in my area, as I would have themdo it, but my contacts with local flooring companies indicate that the job istoo small to bother with, they charge far too much to replace the eight boardsthat require attention ($25- $40 per board) or my sources are very limited. Iwill continue my search for professional assistance, but in the meantime, Ihave very little to lose by removing the center board of the group. Thank youonce again for this valuable assistance.
Want to clean that space in between the glass on your oven door? It's really not hard...all you need is an inexpensive tool and a few free minutes...come on over and let me show you how I cleaned mine!
Commented on Apr 28, 2013
I am concerned about the comment by Pandora Jade re: the tension on the oven door, as this
seems like a very serious issue and should be addressed in this section to advise anyone planning to open their oven glass doors. Please advise.
It's funny sometimes how something so simple can make such a big difference. These homemade garden screens are now a favourite accessory in my garden.
I first start using them to keep the squirrels and birds from dining in my veggie beds. Not only did they work but the fine mesh screen kept the moths out too! From there I realized I could also use them as vine supports, and to support winter covers over my raised beds (I grow veggies throughout the year). Lots of uses from one item!
Many crops are self-pollinating and can remain covered (lettuces, legumes, spinach...) but for those that benefit from insect pollination, just remove the covers once the plants are well-established.
There's a complete material list and instructions on my blog. You can make them without any power tools and it's simple to do. And better yet, the squirrels won't thank you! http://www.empressofdirt.net/most-useful-gar...
Commented on Apr 10, 2013
I purchased hardware cloth and it is very difficult tocut, bend and work with and not cut your
hands. Attaching it to my soffit hasposed more problems than solutions. Anybody out there know a better way forpreventing squirrels from entering my attic? I have tried mothballs, the odorwas seeping into my home and I removed them. Other repellants just don't work,so I need help desperately. HELP!<?xml:namespace prefix = o />