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If the hole is small, use a lightweight filler, applying with a palette knife. If hole is larger or has broken edges, cut out the damaged piece and cut a new piece (hardware store) and glue in position (PVA glue is fine) when dry, fill join with lightweight filler.
Paint over when dry.
outside adornments that turn colour do so from the water used. It is normally a higher than normal iron content in the water or surrounding soil. Try spraying the rocks with CLR and leaving for a time to work
Igneous rock is formed through the cooling and solidification of magma or lava. Igneous rock may form with or without crystallization, either below the surface as intrusive (plutonic) rocks or on the surface as extrusive (volcanic) rocks.
Very simply: There s a layer of melted rock, called magma, below the Earth\'s surface. That magma is under tremendous pressure from gasses created when the rock melts, from the growth of the rock when it melts, and from the melting of other rock around it. When the pressure on the magma gets high enough, some part of the "pipe" it\'s in - that is the Earth\'s surface - breaks and the magma bursts out. As it escapes it cools, forming a mound. That mound is a volcano.
I would use some sort of degrease product in the system to remove the oil residue . I believe that if you read the instructions it would say when cutting rock use only water to cool the diamond blade . Cutting oil is used only on certain metals to lubricate the saw edges and teeth as well as cooling and never in a concentration above 25% as it affects the cutting ability of the blade. For example concrete cutters use diamond saws and tap water when cutting
Making up the majority of the
Earth's crust, rock is usually defined as a mixture of common minerals.
Rocks can be hard or soft, as small as a grain or as large as a
building. They have been an integral part of the history of mankind,
first being used as tools for hunting and defense, and as a building
materials to construct shelters and monuments.
Combined with the effects
of tectonics, weathering and vegetation, rocks define the natural
landscapes we see around us. The minerals and metals we find in rocks
are essential to the prosperity and cultural splendor of human
There are many kinds of rock, and they can be classified
in a number of ways. However, geologists classify rocks based on how the
rocks were formed. The three classes are: 1) igneous rocks (formed directly
from liquid rock), 2) metamorphic rocks (formed by direct alteration of
existing rocks), and 3) sedimentary rocks (formed by eroded materials from
square up the hole screw some wood to the back of the sheetrock where you can attach a new piece
of rock all along the seams be sure to set the heads of
the screws slightly mud the seams take a sheet rock
knife and press the tape into the mud remove air bubbles
let dry apply second coat let dry sand smooth not down to tape apply third coat let dry sand and paint
After a thorough cleaning, seal the surfaces that are exposed with Acrylic Automotive Top Coat or "Clear Coat". The acrylic base dries to a rock hard finish that is diaelectric in nature and will protect the surfaces it bonds to. Regap from flywheel as normal and this should fix it for two, three years if the machine lives under a tarp in the elements. :D