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How can I get a toilet tank lid unsiliconed that was a floor model


That can be difficult at best but here goes:
I found this on the Net, No solvent dissolves silicone caulk, so you won't find a chemical agent in the hardware store that will allow you to wipe away the caulk after brushing it on. Mineral spirits will soften it, but you'll probably have to accomplish the bulk of the removal by cutting the caulk with a sharp knife and pulling it off with pliers. The process will leave small patches of material clinging to the substrate. These patches can be thin enough to be almost invisible, and it may be difficult to scrape them off without damaging the surfaces to which they adhere.
No Matches Found. Please try your search again. Residue Removal Removing silicone caulk residue effectively is a two- or three-part process. Softening the residue by prolonged exposure to mineral spirits loosens its bond with the substrate. Leaving one or several rags soaked with the solvent in contact with the caulk for several hours is the best way to accomplish this. When the residue has softened, much of it will come off under the vigorous action of a scrub brush, but you may need a razor knife or pull scraper for stubborn patches. Avoid sandpaper. No matter how coarse the grit, silicone caulk simply gums it up and renders it ineffective.
Considerations Avoid using mineral spirits on painted, lacquered or otherwise finished surfaces. Denatured alcohol may be an appropriate substitute, but it's best to test any solvent you use on an inconspicuous part of the substrate and avoid it if you notice discoloration or other undesirable effects. In lieu of soaking a rag with solvents, you may be able to remove the residue by soaking an abrasive sponge instead. Softening the residue and scrubbing it at the same time is most likely to be effective on smooth substrates such as glass, tile or Formica.
Good Luck,

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How do I fix a low spungy spot on a floating engineered floor?


Last night I posted a very lengthy answer to this from my phone ...I clicked post answer and it disappeared. So here I am on the lap top trying it again

I need to know if you have a wood subfloor or concrete slab ?
The wood subfloor typically allows you a crawl space under the house if you are on the first floor. Drill 1/4" holes into the subfloor and inject silicone under the void. This will dry and be soft and flexible and water proof. Use a 10 oz cartridge and a caulking gun.
Silicone is not an adhesive so it wont cause issues with the concept of a Floating Floor system.

The concrete slab gives no alternative other than taking the wood floor up and solving it by repairing the slab with a inexpensive floor patch depending on the severity and size. I can give detailed instructions on this as well...if you choose to do it yourself.

Let me know

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Can this be adjusted / setup for a single cartridge


Buy a single tube caulking gun, you will have more accuracy and less weight, you can buy a good cheap model for about $10 at Home Hardware..

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Video on calking tub to floor


I would suggest using 'relief cuts' in the strip so you can make the bend, and then continue -- though using a caulk gun would be better. With standard caulk you can just use your finger and a little water to leave a nice finish. I believe you will find it cheaper as well -- a tube of caulk is around 2 or 3 dollars -- and a caulk gun is a dollar or so.

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How to attach painted particle board baseboard in bathroom


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Try this resource for reliability and accuracy. There is a helpline so you may reflect a personal solution and be given a suggestive application. Having read the file. Section 33 Construction Adhesives & section 11 DAP Silicone Plus will interest you. More and more we are relying on chemistry to help save . Give this resource a look. http://www.dap.com/docs/catalogs/DAPCatalogUS.pdf . Fare. Well.

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Broken granite sink


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Without a word this You Tube self help video says it all. The techniques and application can be diversified. Cheap Easy and dirty fix for cracked granite countertop . Best granite repair ever Best Granite repair ever . When you arrive in this area. There are several other how to videos at your fingertips. So lets get going. Fare well.

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Chevy Astro rear window is loose, how do I fix it


Sounds like the glass tech either didn't clean the area good enough,didn't use a good adhesive,or just hurried to much.You can get the stuff you need at a good parts place(NAPA or Carquest are my favorites for professional products).3M adhesives are typically the best.Use a "piano wire" removal tool to take the glass out.Clean everything down to the bare paint with solvent."Glue in" window glass is usually installed with a urethane adhesive in a caulk gun tube.Read the side of the tube,make sure you have any primer it may call for before taking it home.(The manufacturer's instructions are the best to follow-they want you to like their product's results so you'll buy it again!).This IS a job the average gearhead can handle.Hey-the last "pro" you took it to didn't do it right anyway,so what'll it hurt for you to take a shot at it?

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My newly tiled shower(app.2 yrs. old) needs to be reclaulked. The caulk used has broken down & looks like it melted onto the floor?? I would like to know what the best caulk is for re-caulking this...


You will need to clean as much of the old caulking from joints that you can, After scraping old caulking out then wash with cleaner such as soft scrub and rinse thororghly. Let dry and wipe any residue with clean cloth.
The best all around tub and tile caulk and adhesive that I've found is called polyseamseal. It comes in almond which is pretty much the same as other caulks bone or beige. It applies easily and you can wipe off excess with fingertip as it is a latex base product.
What I do is apply as thin a bead as you need and wipe with damp fingertip, cleaning excess from fingers often. Continue wiping till you are satisfied with joint. VERY IMPORTANT: Keep completly dry for 24 hours. It will skin over in a couple of hours but it really needs the full drying time.
After it is dry there will be a light film around joint, use damp rag to wipe this film clean. It's not unusual for it to have a slight film on it more than once so don't worry about it.
I have been using this product for 30 years and if used right it has always made my customers happy. I hope this helps you. Thanks

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Need installation instructions for ASB model# 36850 Hudson tub surround


This is a 5 piece surround. For this project you will need the surround, polystryene adhesive, a utility knife, caulking and caulking gun, dish soap and the box the surround came in. On this type of surround the back and end walls are installed 1st and then the corner shelves are installed. Ensure the wallboard or substrate is clean and free of contaminates. Best to install new backer board or moisture resistant drywall first before proceeding. You will need adhesive specifically designed to glue the panels and corner shelving to the walls. Common product is PL700 from Lepage. Follow the manufactures instructions for the adhesive you are using. Avoid any adhesives not approved for use with plastics as they will damage the surround. Remove the tub spout, hot and cold water handles and diverter handle if your shower is equiped with one. Common diverters are a pull up on the tub spout. Install the panels with the bottom edge directly on the tub deck. For the end panel where the plumbing comes through you will need to cut access holes. Use the box that the surround came in as a template so that you are not accidentilly cutting holes in the wrong location. After installing the panels and shelving corners you will need to seal the seams with 100% silicone caulk. Peel the shelf edges back slightly and run a bead of caulk underneath the seam. Smooth the caulk line out. TIP Use a latex glove and dip your finger in dishsoap. The silicone will not stick to the dishsoap and will leave a clean fine line. Run a 1/4 bead of silicone where the surround meets the tub and also where the plumbing goes through the surround. Allow to dry and cure as per the manufacture's suggestions. TIP Install expanding foam in the cavaties of the shelving. This will provide a more rigid shelf and will extend the life of your new tub surround. Good luck with your project.

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