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How to winterize 175 mariner outboard motor


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Not enough heat coming from my Norseman furnace


I suspect the heat exchanger is caked with soot. The type of wood makes a very big difference in keeping them clean. The top cover is removable to access and clean it. No pallet or treated wood to keep it clean. Don't remove any screws you don't have to.

Dec 12, 2013 | Us Stove Company Vogelzang Norseman Add-On...

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Best way to clean a laminate "wood" floor. I use Pine Sol and lately have been noticing streak marks and dullness.


The old standby of glass cleaner should do the trick. Use a spray bottle, and spray a small 4x4 section at a time, let it sit for about 2min. , then wipe up with rags. Do NOT let it dry on the floor. You have a buildup of product on the floor. The pine cleaner has a small amount of oil in it and it builds up over time. For a good glass cleaner- I would suggest ZEP glass cleaner. For daily cleaning- I would suggest white vinegar 1 part vinegar to 3 parts HOT water. It will sanitize, and also remove salt stains from the floor left by winter boots and dog footprints.

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Does laminated floor look like real wood?


Absolutely, using photographs, laminates lock in the realism of hardwood strip. Nowadays, laminate floors offer an unparalleled level of realism making the floor look like real wood.

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I am using a Rubbermaid shed as a chicken house. I want to disinffect the floor by rubbing dolimite lime into it with a broom and leave some lime pwder residue when adding the wood chips bedding. This was...


Found BURRED in the Internet!

"Lime (any form) - Whether you're storing the round pearls of dolomite lime or powdered hydrated lime, the most important thing is that they must stay dry. Store the bags up off the floor to avoid the rising dampness that's common in some areas in winter. Or better yet, use the lime as needed on your garden in the fall and give it time to work in over the winter - then no storage is necessary.
I should mention that many of these products are applied with sprayers and other equipment. We use one sprayer for oil based products and one for non-oil based. Some people use a different one for each product, and that's fine too. My advice would be to make sure that at the end of the season you thoroughly clean your equipment and store it in a dry location. I've found that indoor storage works best because it stops any minute traces of oil from becoming gummy over the winter. There's nothing more frustrating than having a beautiful winter's day on which to spray dormant oil on your trees and then finding your sprayer is gummed up and useless."

https://thegrownetwork.com/how-to-properly-store-your-garden-sprays-potions-and-powders


PERHAPS a more 'Friendly' approach is: diatomaceous earth ? Low cost, effective and abundant!

See:
https://richsoil.com/diatomaceous-earth.jsp

A off white talc-like powder that is the fossilized remains of marine phytoplankton. When sprinkled on a bug that has an exoskeleton (such as bed bugs, ants or fleas) it compromises their waxy coating so that their innards turn into teeny tiny bug jerky. But it doesn't hurt mammals. We can eat it. We do eat it! It's in lots of grain based foods because lots of grains are stored with diatomaceous earth to keep the bugs from eating the grain!

Anthony

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My food is covered in black smoke. The whole inside of the grill is also covered. I just cleaned gril with warm water and a brilo pad. (no soap) Could it be bad propane


You described exactly what never should be done... never use water to clean your grill.

Described symptoms indicate insufficient air supply to the burners, please remove burners and dry clean them with wirebrush and blow them with pressurised air if available to remove dust and rust particles, check if all holes are free of debris, water caused bit of rust to clog these holes. This cause insufficient air supply and in return, unburnt fuel cause sooth to appear on all surfaces, including food.

Grill after use should be just wipped off with old newspapers, fat prevent grill from rusting, when you start grill next time, you just splasch it with beer (no joke!) and whipe off excess. Acids and alcohols in beer will dissolve stale fat and clean whole grill area, beer as well will enhance flavour of barbecued food as well.

This advice is true not only for your particular grill model but for any grill or barbecue, regardless of mode of operation, be it propane, gas, electric, wood or whatever heat source you use.

Hope your next food will be delicious, that is recipy for my best teriyaki (marinade) for your meat:

Produce:
1 tablespoon freshly chopped ginger
1 freshly chopped medium size onion
2 cloves freshly crushed and chopped garlic
2 tablespoon honey
1/2 cup soy sauce (japanese or chinese!)
1/4 cup of water

Method:
Mix all ingrediens well, slice your met and add to mix, leave in cold for at least half hour (I prefer for about 4hours), skew and use as a shashlik marinade, or just as marinade for your grill steak, delicious anyway :-)!

Hope recipy will brighten your day.

Aug 04, 2010 | West Marine Marine 200SS Propane Grill

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Hi.For repairing boat Kelt 760 DL need information.Studs are in poor condition.Do I must separate balast from hull to do job.What I have to do?How much will be cost of material?Can I do work my self?...


That is a nice boat, but a major repair. If you have rotten wood, and need to replace it, and need to remove ballast, you have a big job on your hands. I don't think the wood members are called studs, I think they are thrwats or something like that. Are they bent? As in 2x2 oak? A boat yard will tell you how much it will cost, you can do it yourself, and you can't, You need special tools for this, A big steamer, and somebody with hands on knowledge. The materials are probably the cheapest part of the job.

Feb 20, 2010 | Boating

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What is best way to clean and restore a 50' X 50 amp marine power cord? Should be yellow. Is now black!


West Marine (and many marine stores) carries a shore power cord cleaner that works quite well.

Sep 20, 2009 | Hubbell Shore Power 50' Cable Set #6awg...

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