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There is a small dint on my Stiga expert WM table tennis table. How can I fix that?

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use a hot iron on a wet cloth over the depression
the steam produced swells the wood and removes the depression

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Bubbles after 24 hour cure

I recently covered a wooden chair in epoxy resin. It is the nature of the product to create bubbles as it hardens. The directions stated to gently blow on the bubbles as they formed. Check it often and blow on any bubbles that form in the first 45 minutes after application. This worked quite well for me. Be sure to wipe up any drips in that first 45 minutes too, they are a pain to sand when they are dry!


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What causes a well to lose prime

Generally, that happens when you draw so much water that the foot valve starts sucking air instead of water.

An unused well has a certain amount of "head", or surplus water in it above the foot valve. The top of the water will be just about at your area's water table, the foot valve will be below that.

As you use water, if you use it faster than the water table can replenish it from the bottom or sides of the well, the water level in the well gradually drops until it reaches the foot valve. At that point, air gets drawn into the suction line & travels up to the pump as a big bubble. If the bubble is big enough, the pump loses prime (it can't draw more water, all it can do is stir that air bubble around).

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How much would a wooden changing table cost me? I'm having a baby next month but don't have much to spend.

If you're tight for money you don't have to buy a changing table. You can always buy a changing mat and use it on your bed, the couch or the floor. But if you really want to buy one, check out the toysrus page. They have changing tables for around $160 upwards

Aug 14, 2012 | Baby Gear

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Is it hard to restore an old wooden picnic table?

It'sa fun project to restore your wooden picnic table and will save you money as it'scheaper than buying a new one. Read this article for some tips for how to do it

Jul 25, 2012 | Furniture

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I spilled water on my wooden nightstand and now there is a white mark, how can I remove it?

I found this website was very helpful when I spilled water on my coffeetable, I tried some of the tips on there worked a treat

May 29, 2012 | Furniture

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We have two Venetial glass urns attached with QH on to a wooden table. We cannot seem to remove them after several years of being secured. Can you help? It seems the objects might break when we've tried to...

QuakeHold is made by a company called ReadyAmerica, My dad had the same problem and called them and they told him what to do and it worked. We were more concerned about the Urn, which contained his Mothers ashes than the table and tried everything bit I just knew I was going to break it. He called and told me he got it after talking with ReadyAmerica but it has been a while and I don't remember exactly what he did, but I got their phone number for you: Toll Free 1-800-959-4053. I hope that helps. I am afraid it will leave marks on the wood though, but that can be covered with a Doilee hopefully!

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Water left on table a few of the air holes have raised bubbles around them, tried pushing on them but they will not go down, anything we can do without replacing the top.

can you remove the top and put it on a flat surface for support ( to prevent warping ) then press down gently on the holes with a large glass marble or something similar , would that do it ?

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Is it safe to use a Black n Decker Toaster Oven on wooden table?

If your toaster oven is in good repair you should have little to worry about. A lot of you're common heating appliances will get fairly warm on the bottom but none of them will get your surface anywhere close to the 450 degrees F that it takes to ignite wood.

I would keep an eye for any signs of scorching but honestly I don't think you'll have anything to worry about.

Jul 30, 2009 | Toaster Ovens

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